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Driving innovation with HP Solutions in HP Cape2Cape 2.0 2015

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HP and Intel are driving change—literally. Just ask Rainer Zietlow and his Challenge4 team as they attempt to beat their own world record in HP Cape2Cape 2.0 2015. Through E2E security, cloud-computing power, and in-depth data, there are innovative solutions at every turn.

A New & Improved Enterprise Services Blog Experience

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We have an exciting announcement for our blog readers: Enterprise Services online content hub is getting a make over.

The New Security Strategy: Share Intelligence

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The sophistication of cyber criminals means the more intelligence an enterprise has, the better chance there is of thwarting an attack. This is why companies—even competitors—are banding together to share intel.


It’s time to turn the tables on the criminals.

Tags: protect| security

How to fight back against cyber attacks

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According to a recent report released by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), in 2014, breaches hit a record high of 783 in the U.S., an increase of 27.5 percent over 2013.


A data breach is in your enterprise’s future. Do you know how to respond? Follow these six steps to incident response.

3 Reasons Why You Need a Compromise Assessment

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Cyber security incidents show no signs of a slowdown. According to the 2015 US State of Cybercrime Survey, we can expect more attacks with greater complexity and cost. In fact, nearly 80 percent of businesses experienced a cyber threat of some kind last year, while many other attacks went completely unnoticed.


How secure is your enterprise? The cyber armor you rely on may not be as impenetrable as you think. 

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