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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.

Improve your business service SLAs with intelligent correlation of security analytics data

ppt_library_4x3_title-11.pngConnect poor application performance to a database query that’s being abused by a hacker, or a poor user experience to a corrupt database index. Whether you’re confronted with a security issue or an operational one, connecting all endpoints into a single tiered-analysis engine gives you shorter time to identification and faster troubleshooting through increased visibility


Unified approach takes analysis a step further by feeding domain-specific information into a high-scale analytics engine to analyze cross-domain issues. This is critical for both real-time issue identification and alerting, and for advanced forensic activities

Why is continuous monitoring (OMB M-10-15 Compliance) so important?

it ops analytics.pngIT operators rely on event reduction techniques such as correlation engines, or limit either the breadth or depth of data collection to only machine data from business-critical applications. The machine data collected is typically not categorized or normalized, and there are no tools to search events or logs.


The data is also retained for the short term and may not fulfill the need to keep services up and running at all times. This short-term retention of data limits the intelligence in the system, as events fixed and annotated a few months ago may not be stored for retrieval. The alternate option is to invest in expensive databases and resources to manage and analyze the data.

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