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Wanted: New thinking in information security!

lightbulb- smaller.jpgWhy, despite rising investment in cyber security, does the cost of cybercrime increase every year? This is the central question in a provocative article in the new edition of HP INFORM, an HP Enterprise Security Services eBook. Read and ask yourself: Is it time to rethink your approach to information security and knowledge sharing?

Defend your company against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

INFORM magazine-small.jpgIt’s about time had we had defense-in-depth strategies in place across the enterprise to tackle the growing problem of cyber-espionage and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), rather than leaving these issues to the IT department.

So argues an article in the latest issue of HP INFORM, an HP Enterprise Security Services eBook.

Here’s a short extract.

Reduce IT Security Vulnerability: How New HP Solutions & Services Help You Keep Watch

M630.pngNo one would argue that investing in security measures for your business’ PCs is a smart move. I’d also bet that network security, access controls and data protection are high on your priority list. But, you may be overlooking one aspect of your IT environment that can pose a major security risk, your printers and MFPs. In fact, 90 percent of organizations have suffered data loss through unsecured printing according to a study by Quocirca.

Labels: LaserJet| security

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.

The HP World Tour docks in Sydney August 28

worldtour.jpgThe sails are up, the course is set, and the HP World Tour docks next in Sydney on August 28. The fantastic journey—sailing through Mexico City, Toronto, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Singapore and Mumbai—continues to the Australian Technology Park in Eveleigh, Sydney.


Read just a few of the highlights.


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