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HP Leads Industry to New School of Cyber Defence

New HP Security offerings focus on securing interactions between users, applications and data

HP has unveiled a number of security solutions targeting the modern day threats emanating from connected environment including data centre, cloud and mobility – the environment better known as New School of Cyber Defence. These solutions aims to protect users, applications, and their boundless data exchanges. The new HP Security products and services address this approach to security incorporating user behaviour analytics, data-centric cloud access protection, mobile application reputation analysis, contextual threat intelligence sharing, and incident response.

“The old school approach to cyber security focused on securing the perimeter, but the data powering business today goes beyond our four walls and must be protected from cyber threats regardless of where it resides,” said Jyoti Prakash, Country Director, India and SAARC countries, HP Enterprise Security Products. “In to-day’s environment, we must challenge ourselves to embrace the new school of thinking that goes beyond the infrastructure to protect what matters most – the interactions between users, applications and data that when protected, can fuel our businesses and accelerate growth.”

The capabilities of creating the comprehensive defence comes from HP ArcSight, HP Atalla, HP Fortify, HP TippingPoint and HP Security Voltage along with partnerships with industry-leaders such as Adallom, Securonix and Trend Micro.

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