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The HP Security Research blog provides a platform for security experts from across HP to discuss innovative research, industry observations, and updates on the threat landscape to help organizations proactively identify and manage risk.

Threat: Cryptographic Locker- Ransomware on a Budget

You’ve been hit by the new ransomware, Cryptographic Locker. Time to dust off that backup (you have a backup, don’t you?) and do a system restore, Right?

Labels: DVLabs| HPSR

Dyre times for online banking customers

HP DVLabs security researcher Mat Powell provides details on a one of the newer banking trojans on the scene. Customers in the US and UK should be aware of "Dyreza" or "Dyre" and its browser-hooking ways.

Security education for the new generation

The security challenges facing the industry are mounting while attracting and retaining security talent is growing more difficult. What can we do to educate the next generation of computer scientists about security?

 

Tags: NGFW| rsa| security

Incorporating Feedback from the Security Community - What does DVLabs do?

On February 18, 2013, the American cyber-security firm Mandiant released a report detailing some of the inner workings of the Chinese PLA (People’s Liberation Army). This report is an example of the type of information DVLabs consumes on a daily basis in order to provide our customers with superior and timely protection against threats, known and unknown. The following breakdown describes TippingPoint protection solutions specifically relevant to the threats described in the report.

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.

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