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Demonstrating the value of security: an interview with HP’s Jim Tiller

Lock1.pngJim Tiller, Director of Security Consulting, joined HP Enterprise Security Services two years ago. In this short extract of an in-depth interview, he tells us why he came to HP and some of the guiding principles of effective enterprise security.


To read the entire interview, check out the latest issue of HP INFORM, an HP Enterprise Security Services eBook.

Is Big Data a Big Problem? Check out this article on HP Next

Risau1.jpgGleaning value from Big Data has long been a challenge. Enterprises are storing massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, without a way to fully analyze and glean valuable insight and information. That's why Martin Risau, Senior Vice President, Analytics & Data Management, HP Enterprise Services has written a brief, informative post introducing HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services over on HP Next.


Read a summary before checking out the solution!   

Aurasma: The Internet of Things is here

Argos_TryOn.JPGEnterprise Forward

Aurasma: The Internet of Things is here

By Annie Weinberger, General Manager, HP Aurasma


Aurasma is an augmented reality platform that brings real world visuals—logos, images, photos—to digital life through engaging experiences known as “auras.” Read more about what this could mean for your enterprise.

Securing the value chain: A brief chat with HP's Mary Ann Mezzapelle

MAM at COT2013.jpgIn a retail environment, “consumer-facing” can sometimes mean chaotic, considering the average retail organization faces numerous security threats. With HP Protect 2014 due to start in Washington D.C. on September 8, we asked Mary Ann Mezzapelle, Americas CTO for Enterprise Security Services at HP, for her insight into securing the value chain for retail and consumer enterprises. 


Read the post, or download the Viewpoint Paper

Information security: Why are prevention-only approaches so obsolete?

globe touch-smaller.jpgData shows enterprises are experiencing a very difficult time keeping data breaches at bay. Industry is no differentiator and attackers are more innovative as they take full advantage of the complexity of enterprise-technology systems to steal data.


In a recent newsletter, created in conjunction with Gartner, we examine the enterprise trends that are making these types of incidents more prevalent, and why attackers have been successful regardless of the multitude of security defenses and processes enterprises have put in place.

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