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From applications to infrastructure, enterprises and governments alike face a constant barrage of digital attacks designed to steal data, cripple networks, damage brands, and perform a host of other malicious intents. HP Enterprise Security Products offers products and services that help organizations meet the security demands of a rapidly changing and more dangerous world. HP ESP enables businesses and institutions to take a proactive approach to security that integrates information correlation, deep application analysis and network-level defense mechanisms—unifying the components of a complete security program and reducing risk across your enterprise. In this blog, we will announce the latest offerings from HP ESP, discuss current trends in vulnerability research and technology, reveal new HP ESP security initiatives and promote our upcoming appearances and speaking engagements.

Displaying articles for: March 2014

Mobile Application Security: Tips and Trends Webinar

mobile pic for blog.PNGIt's estimated that by 2020 corporate employees will average over 6 mobile devices each. Think about it. In a world where even your refrigerator can spam you,it's clear things are more interconnected than ever. But along with that increased connectivity has come a need for better mobile security efforts, especially when considering those lag behind their web counterparts. Please join us for this mobile security webinar where I'll discuss the results of both the Fortify on Demand Global 2000 Mobile Security study and the HP 2013 Cyber Risk Report, the top 6 mistakes mobile developers make, and steps companies can implement immediately to protect their mobile applications.   

 

 For more information and to watch the webinar, read the full article.

Did you know: HP TippingPoint offers Zero-Day coverage to our customers

TP for march.jpgHP TippingPoint is leading the pack when it comes to zero-day filters. Read on to see the list of filters released in March!

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HP TippingPoint consolidates data centers for the win

sec intel.pngRecently, the HP TippingPoint team took on a customer that needed over 200 data centers consolidated to only 15. Here’s a data center consolidation for the ages.

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Happiness is…securing your app before you launch it!

unlogo.gifToday is the UN International Day of Happiness! There are several ways to define 'happiness,' but when it comes to security, what makes you happy? [photo cred: www.un.org]

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Standing at the crossroads of Cloud, Big Data, Mobility and Security? Head this way.

govsummit.jpgThe 4th Annual HP Government Summit is happening on April 2nd at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. If you're standing at the crossroads of Cloud, Big Data, Mobility and Security, head this way for clear direction!

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Consumers need security intelligence, too

firstamericannotice.pngRight now there's a lot of mistrust between credit card companies, banks, and retailers about data breaches. Considering the amount and scale of recent high profile breaches, "fatigue" is a good way to describe it. So it was great to see a bank take the proactive measure of warning their customers not to use their credit cards in a situation where it appeared active credit card theft was occurring due to a hack of the payment processing system. It's a shift in thinking that reflects the reality of the current state of security, and something we'll see much more of in the future.

How to prevent vulnerabilities in WiFi access points

hacked.jpgVulnerabilities in consumer WiFi access points aren't new--but what can you do to ensure your WiFi isn't hacked?

HP Labs and HP TippingPoint collaborate to stop network attacks

What happens when two groups of security gurus put their minds together? Answer: A collaboration that can stop network attacks in their tracks!

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HP TippingPoint Advanced Threat API debuts at RSA 2014 Conference

HP announced the TippingPoint Advanced Threat application programming interface (API) at the RSA 2014 Conference on Monday, February 24th. 

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Stop Looking for the Silver Bullet: Start Thinking Like a Bad Guy

art.pngEven if you weren't able to attend the RSA 2014 Security Conference in San Francisco, you can still catch Art Gilliland's keynote address where he discusses how the security industry needs to shift from looking for a 'silver bullet' to using security threat analysis to guide strategy. It's a much more realistic and grounded approach that deals with how our adversaries actually operate. Read the article for more information and to watch the presentation.

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