Preventing Threats & Securing Information Across the Enterprise
HP is a leading global provider of security and compliance management solutions that intelligently identify and mitigate cyber threat and risk for businesses and government agencies. HP Enterprise Security helps protect enterprises and government agencies by providing complete visibility and critical insights into their IT infrastructure across all users, networks, datacenters and applications. The market-leading Information Security platform enables organizations to proactively safeguard their digital assets, control the risks associated with cybertheft, cyberfraud, cyberwarfare and cyberespionage and comply with corporate and regulatory policy.
Gaining Threat Intelligence and Combating the Four Most Common Attack VectorsTed Ross, Director, Field Intelligence, HP Security ResearchThe HP Security Research team (HPSR) is hard at work monitoring the threat landscape for new campaigns, profiling actors to understand their motivations, identifying the tools they use and determining how credible certain threats might be. It’s part of a long-term strategy for developing a new threat intelligence-sharing model. Why is that important? It will provide real-time info from the larger security community-- enterprises like yours, industry security organizations and security vendors-- that can be used to automate and catch these breaches immediately.
Learn about HP’s findings, including these culprits: injection flaws, DDoS, various phishing techniques and zero day vulnerabilities. How can you address the inevitable breaches that will occur?Read more >
More and more security operations centers are transforming their operations from being reactive, to proactive and even predictive. Hear how big data technologies like Autonomy IDOL can be leveraged with traditional security monitoring tools for Social Network Monitoring and Data Loss Prevention (data in motion) to drive value and empower a “next generation SOC.”
Compliance and security are better together. Through these ten tips, discover the tools and resources you need to implement now in order to achieve both. Learn some of the best practices such as continuous monitoring, assessing the controls, cost-effective audit logs, and others to understand and implement best practices of compliance and security together.
While organizations continue to battle cyber criminals, it seems that security professions are always fighting a losing war. However, a new weapon has been building up within the domain of most organizations, one that can help tip the balance in favor of the good guys. Find out how we can take the massive amounts of information we are generating and turn it to help bring valuable intelligence that can stop cyber-attacks from compromising your enterprise.
The emergence of Enterprise 2.0 with social, mobile, local, and cloud applications within the enterprise has increased IT infrastructure management challenges with an increasing number of IT assets. Bring your own device (BYOD) is no longer an option for the enterprise. Your business needs an open IT architecture to facilitate collaboration between customers and employees, but your IT operations cannot fully support it due to security issues. How do you align business and IT needs while keeping your enterprise secure? This webcast talks about how to seamlessly integrate the Network Operations Center (NOC) and the Security Operations Center (SOC) to secure your IT infrastructure and empower your organization to collaborate with your ecosystem effectively.
Sridhar Karnam, Product Marketing Manager, HP Enterprise Security Products. Sri Karnam is a subject matter expert on IT operations and security challenges, and has over 10 years of experience managing IT and security software products through their entire lifecycle. He has an MBA from Wigan & Leigh College in the UK, and an MS in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University. In his spare time, Sri enjoys building robots.
The amount of digital data is exploding exponentially. It is being generated, transmitted and exchanged much faster, by more sources and in different formats than ever before. At the same time, the number of attempts to infiltrate organizations to steal and profit from the unauthorized use of critical data is skyrocketing. Not only are financially motivated criminals conducting more attacks on organizations, there has also been a dramatic increase in the number of data theft attempts by nation states and politically motivated hacking groups. We will discuss new technological innovation that enables HP ArcSight SIEM solutions to maintain the security of organizational IT assets by detecting more incidents and addressing larger sets of log data.
Are you wondering what you should do to fight cyber terrorism? Hacktivist groups like Lulzsec and Anonymous are encouraging fellow hackers to open fire on any organization or agency that crosses their path. That adds a lot of pressure on all security professionals. Join cyber security expert Narayan Makaram, Director of Solutions Marketing, Enterprise Security at Hewlett-Packard, to learn:
· Why hackers are going after big and small organizations worldwide
· What you should do… and NOT do
· How to prepare for The Day should things go south
We will also cover the best practices organizations worldwide have implemented to better prepare themselves against cyber terrorism.
Organizations are adopting cloud services at a very fast pace, driven by the cost effectiveness, speed/time to market and better performance and availability cloud adoption provides. However the security of data and access in the cloud is still a major cause for concern. Even if the organization is comfortable with a cloud service provider’s security posture, they are often surprised to find they are ultimately responsible for securing their own data. Fortunately security event and information management (SIEM) solutions are able to extend information and access controls to cloud in addition to physical and virtual environments. This webinar will dive into the various options available to organizations to help them ensure a secure cloud services environment.
Organizations often approach regulatory compliance with one-off projects, deploying a set of controls for each regulation. This approach to enterprise-wide management of compliance can become expensive and difficult to sustain, let alone develop and expand to meet growing demands. This presentation will address how a centralized system coupled with an IT governance framework may be used to achieve multiple compliance regulations and manage them efficiently with a consolidated view across an entire organization.
Headlines about compromised enterprises seem to be a weekly occurrence lately, if not daily. Whether data leakage incidents are driven by the likes of botnets, malware, viruses, etc., or non-malicious insiders, organizations’ bottom line and reputations are being severely affected.
From published internal emails to entire customer lists, intellectual property theft is often the result of a simple security program oversight. This webinar has been designed to help companies better comprehend the scope of data leakage and IP theft and, more importantly, how you can glean better security intelligence by:
· Considering the focus areas your company needs to encompass in your security program, from devices to education
· Understanding what use cases to look for and which Primary Data Sources to gather and monitor to gain the most visibility into the security and threats both internal and external
· Reviewing best practices for handling SIEM events and reducing Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR) for any detected breaches
If today’s headlines about compromised enterprises are any indication, an insider data breach can cost a single organization as much as tens of millions of dollars. Another significant financial impact to an organization is the remediation cost that follows breach detection. This highly relevant Webinar that has been designed to help companies better understand the scope of insider threats and glean best practices for monitoring and containing breaches.
You will learn:
· The sources of insider threats, both careless employee behavior or malicious actions, and how to recognize them in your organization.
· Best practices for monitoring high-risk users and anomalous behavior to identify possible breaches before they become large scale.
· Reporting metrics to monitor the business threats and ensuring incident response processes are in place to quickly remediate any breach.