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Your Network is Full of Fish: How do You Ensure Compliance?

by Jeffrey Lewis, Product Marketing Manager, Enterprise Security Services

 

Not that anyone is nearly as interested in this stuff as I am, but I will be presenting a webinar on Monday around the need for better alignment of supplier compliance and enterprise compliance requirements. With nearly half of reported breach incidents coming at the hands of trusted suppliers, the need for better visibility and management of regulatory compliance is critical to secure enterprise information. We'll also discuss the evolving regulatory landscape globally and the new HP Supplier Security Compliance Management Solution, a set of capabilities that help enterprise leaders take the guesswork out of meeting their requirements.

 

Here's the synopsis:

  

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Enterprises today have become highly extended environments with multiple users inside the network at any given time. That extended enterprise also includes multiple vendors and suppliers, but nearly half of reported breach incidents are the result of a mistake by a trusted supplier. Protecting the enterprise from both inadvertent and malicious errors requires extension of enterprise compliance requirements across the supply chain. 

In this webinar, we will cover security compliance services that enhance budgeting and spending effectiveness, expand visibility, reduce complexity, and improve compliance reporting; resulting in better cost control, faster incident reaction, reduced risk exposure, and better audit response.

 

Register here

 

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