By Lisa Turner
HP Innovation Insight
Security has always been top-of-mind for enterprises, but collaboration outside of companies has called into question the effectiveness of the firewall, which is now seen as something that stifles innovation.
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?
On September 18th HPES held a Twitter Chat on “Evolution of Enterprise Security. . For a complete background check out the introductory blog: “The Evolution of Security: HP Enterprise Services Twitter Chat” by Annabelle Baxter. This blog highlights the participants and some of content from the twitter chat.
Join HP Enterprise Services for a Twitter chat on Tuesday, September 18th from 12-1 p.m. CT. Come join the conversation by using the hashtag #HPESchat
During the chat, HP thought leaders will discuss the evolution of enterprise security and what is the future of enterprise security.
By Charlie Bess, HP Fellow
In my first and second posts from a discussion with Betsy Hight, the leader of HP’s public sector cyber security practice, we talked about the topics of the current state of cybersecurity and the current challenges facing organizations. This post will look a bit further into the future.
I asked Betsy “How do you see the abundance of IT capabilities affecting the public sector security landscape over coming years?”
Public sector will be charged with combating fraud, delivering citizen services more effectively and efficiently, and providing for the defense and security of the nation – just like they are today. Future expectations and capabilities will involve the need for these 7 requirements: