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Managing cybersecurity risks in an increasingly connected business environment

9600P_S3V1_Slate_092 copy.jpg“BYOD” or “Use-Any-Device” trends are driving change at an enterprise IT level – affecting the consumerisation of IT and the blurring of the lines between the use of personal and work devices. Set against the context of these trends there remains an over-riding requirement to protect corporate IP, without impacting on functionality or how employees can go about their roles.

 

Fundamentally, when it comes to cyber security, the problem to solve is the problem of complexity. HP New Zealand Chief Technology Officer, David Eaton, shares his views on how to manage cyber security risks in an increasingly connected enterprise environment.

Have cybersecurity questions? Art Wong, SVP, has answers.

art.JPG56 percent of companies have been the target of a cyber-attack and on average, it takes 243 days before a company even realizes their systems have been breached.

 

Please join Art Wong, Senior Vice President and General Manager of HP Enterprise Security Services on Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET to discuss how cyber criminals are gaining data to your virtual assets and how to catch them before they get away. During this free, online event, you can ask Art your most pressing security-related questions in real time!

Continuity, Security, Health IT – Around Enterprise Services, Sep 21

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

Here is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

 

  • Disaster recovery during the New Zealand earthquake
  • Improving healthcare quality and the patient experience with digital hospital
  • Evolution of Enterprise Security: Twitter Chat Recap
  • Continuity takes the wheel when disaster strikes - HP Enterprise Cloud Services at Oracle OpenWorld
  • Don't Miss! Achieving Business Value through Big Data Analytics Webinar
  • Using AZURE for a Mobility Strategy in the Cloud
  • The Evolution of Security: HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat
  • Was the CSO job becoming boring???
  • How will an abundance of IT capabilities change the security landscape in the Public Sector? 

Cybersecurity, Big Data, Retail IT – Around Enterprise Services, Sep 14

By Alison Watterson, Enterprise Services Global Marketing

 

HPES Summary.jpgHere is a summary of the Enterprise Services blog topics for this past week:

 

  • MS Dynamics CRM 2011 Activity Feeds and Yammer
  • Are you prepared to take your enterprise "corners" with confidence?
  • Why a security operations center is critical for enterprise security
  • Top 5 big data migration triggers
  • Finally, a good excuse to have your head in the clouds – Cloud DR
  • 3 biggest Enterprise Security Challenges in the Public Sector
  • Shopping Malls Developer maximizes employee productivity with integrated communications platform
  • Identity Management in an online enabled world
  • Join the Customer Experience Conversation
  • Retail IT Behind the Scenes at Belk Stores
  • Why Application Security should be architected, designed and built in from the start
  • Have you thought about your business use cases for leveraging big data?
  • Welcome to the HP Global Dynamics CRM Team Blog
  • The State of Enterprise Security in the Public Sector Space
  • Printer Security – It’s Not Optional
  • Combating Enterprise Security Challenges in the Public Sector

Why a security operations center is critical for enterprise security

SOC.jpgWith the trend to move many aspects of IT outside the typical boundaries and into the cloud, there is one area that must be carefully considered – cybersecurity.  I spoke with Joanne Gilhooley, Marketing Director, Enterprise Security Services about enterprise security and the need for security operations centers (SOC).

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