Learn to think like a bad guy at HP Discover 2014 in Las Vegas

In 2013, organizations worldwide spent approximately $46 billion USD on cyber security. Even so, successful breaches increased by 20 percent, and the cost of an individual breach increased by 30 percent. If we’re seeing such an increase in security spending, how is this  happening?


The fact is, we’re spending a great deal of time looking for the magical ‘silver bullet’ and while we’re on a mad
bullet.jpgscavenger hunt, the criminals are on one of their own. While the security industry looks for silver bullets, criminals are investing more, sharing more, and working harder to access corporate information. It’s time to stop looking for a magic solution, and to learn how to beat the adversaries at their own game.


Join HP VP and GM of Solutions, Frank Mong, at Discover Las Vegas 2014 as he presents the security track keynote (TK3969), “Stop looking for the silver bullet: Start thinking like a bad guy.” In this session, you will learn how you can change the way you invest in and think about security—from the perspective of your cyber adversaries.  A preview of the industry’s hottest security topics is currently available from which you can begin to compose your personal schedule.


HP Discover is the ultimate technology event where thousands of IT professionals like you, gather to learn, connect, and grow. Attendees at last year’s event were among the first to see the latest advancements in Cloud, Big Data, Security and Mobility. Don't be left out in 2014. We’ll see you June 10-12 in Las Vegas!


To learn more about how HP is beating the adversaries at their own game, go to www.hp.com/go/tippingpoint.

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