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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.

Stopping Cybercrime from the Inside Out

Cyber.jpgCybercrime today works as a sophisticated, global network that combines traditional crime and cybercrime to infiltrate networks and generate devastating breaches to companies.

 

Businesses must improve cybersecurity to combat the changing landscape of today’s cybercrime.

9Lenses and HP – a match made in the cloud

handshake.jpgIndependent Software Vendors (ISVs) are increasingly feeling pressure to migrate to the Cloud, but are often left alone to ponder the important questions, such as, “What Cloud is right for me?”

 

Faced with this very situation, ISV 9Lenses chose HP as its strategic partner for the Cloud – and the rest is history.

Putting The Spotlight On Our People, In The Insights Room

Room_4_8x12 smaller version.jpgIn HP Enterprise Services, as well as across HP, we are proud of our employees’ hard work and their creative initiatives. As a nod to their accomplishments — and their continued endeavors — we proudly announce the newest showcase in The Experience, HP Enterprise Services’ demonstration center in Plano, Texas: The Insights Room.

 

Read about this latest edition to our on-site meeting center.

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.

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