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Fighting next-generation adversaries with automated shared threat intelligence

fighting next generation adversaries with automated shared threat intelligence.pngAs adversaries become more sophisticated, it is vital that enterprises increase their efforts against these attacks. One way to increase your protection is to share threat intelligence with those around you.

 

Keep reading to find out how you can join other APJ organizations to share in the latest information and techniques for uncovering attack strategies.

 

Guest post by Chua Ying Tze, HP Enterprise Security APJ

The potential of mobile is in the numbers—do the math

thCAWD3RNK.jpgIf you haven’t started developing a mobile development and testing strategy let me give you some insight. It’s about the same as trying to divide by zero and expecting a positive result “it ain’t going to happen in my lifetime ”

 

Keep reading if you want to hear more about the most important numbers in mobility.

Quick Guide to Using SecOps Tools

Slide16.jpgIn order to better protect their company and its assets, IT Operations and IT Security teams need to work together to share more information and tools. Here are some practical use-case scenarios of how practitioners in a SecOps team can use a robust, integrated toolset to capture events, and then analyze, compare, and act upon their findings to prevent repeat incidents. This article examines HP Software’s Business Service Management (BSM) and ArcSight Logger and Enterprise Security Manager products.

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