Formation of HP Security Research

We're pleased to announce the formation of HP Security Research (HPSR), a new group that will provide actionable security intelligence through published reports, threat briefings, and content delivered through the HP security product portfolio. For an example of the kind of publications you can expect from HPSR, check out the annual HP Cyber Security Risk Report, also announced today.

 

Actionable security intelligence is critical to protecting your organization from the rising tide of security threats. As part of the HP Enterprise Security Products (ESP) business unit, HPSR will lead HP's security research agenda, leveraging existing HP research groups, including HP DVLabs, HP Fortify Software Security Research and the Zero Day Initiative to help you proactively identify threats and manage risk. Research publications and regular threat briefings will complement the intelligence delivered through HP products and provide insight into the future of security and the most critical threats facing organizations today.

 

For more information on HPSR, please visit www.hp.com/go/hpsr

 

If you're at RSA this week, check out our talks or stop by our booth.  

 

Session Details:

 

Art Gilliland [Keynote], KEY-R37: Criminal Education: Lessons from the Criminals and their Methods – Thursday, February 28, 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM – Hall D

Jacob West [Track Session], ASEC-R31: Who, What, Where and How: Five Big Questions in Mobile Security – Thursday, February 28, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM – Room 132

Jacob West [Studio Session], STU-R35A - Studio: Who, What, Where and How: Five Big Questions in Mobile Security – Thursday, February 28, 1:00 PM – 1:20 PM – Room 300

John Pirc, The Real Economics of Cybercrime - Wednesday, February 27, 10:40 AM – Room 123

Ryan English, Can You Trust Your Mobile Applications? - Wednesday, February 27, 11:20 AM – Room 123

Abraham Kang, LAW-F42: How the Constitution Protects your Cell Phone and Laptop Encryption Key – Friday, March 1, 10:20 AM – 11:20 AM – Room 30

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