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You will face a security breach, are you prepared for the burden of proof?

Are you aware of your legal obligations as an enterprise if you suffer a security breach? “You almost have to be a global lawyer now, if you’re running security, that’s how complex it’s getting” explains Richard Archdeacon, Head of Security Strategy, HP Enterprise Security.

 

There is an ever increasing burden of proof as regulators and legislators demand compliance from enterprise.  And it’s not easy. You need to understand your legal obligations in each country and industry you operate in and if you are breached, you need to be able to provide deep forensics that explains what happened, when, where and how.

 

This recent video with commentary from Andrzej Kawalec, CTO, Jay Huff, EMEA Marketing Director and Richard Archdeacon, Security Strategy discusses the complexities and uncertainties of the issue of breach and shows why "wait and see" is not a valid strategy anymore.

 

Look out for ‘why this presents an opportunity’ and the ‘3 steps to take’ for some key takeaways.

 

 

For more information on HP Security, visit www.hp.com/security or follow @HPSecurity to stay up to date on the latest security news from HP.

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