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  • [Video] Expert Panel: How to Protect Against Hackers in 2019
    [Video] Expert Panel: How to Protect Against Hackers in 2019
    Moderator: Graham Cluley | Panelists: Michael Howard, Louella Ferscunandes, Howard Roberts Recorded: Dec 14 2018 39 mins
    In this HP Security Panel webinar, we’ll look beyond The Wolf films to discuss the smartest ways of safeguarding against hackers.

    Listen and hear how our expert panelist address a series of pressing issues such as:

    • Are vendors using scaremongering to sell their own services?
    • If faces are the new fingerprints, what are the security risks?
    • How big a threat is IoT and what’s the next Mirai Botnet?
    • Is the public sector the weakest link?
    • Can security be baked into the hardware?

    This is an excellent opportunity to gain invaluable security insights from experts on the frontlines.

    Panelists include:

    Graham Cluley: Award-winning security blogger - moderator
    Michael Howard: Head of Security Practice, HP Inc.
    Louella Fernandes: Research Director Quocirca
    Howard Roberts: Print Technologist, HP Inc.

    Stay connected to the latest HP Security Solutions by visiting:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Closing the Endpoint Security Gap in State and Local Government
    Closing the Endpoint Security Gap in State and Local Government
    HP Federal & Center for Digital Government Recorded: Oct 16 2018 55 mins
    According to intelligence firm IDC, 70 percent of successful cybersecurity breaches originate on endpoint devices. Endpoints are often easy targets for hackers, due to inconsistent and inadequate security configurations, sharing of user and administrative passwords, and more.

    Cybersecurity breaches have huge consequences for state and local governments – even a breach with less than 10,000 compromised records has an estimated cost of more than $2 million, according to the Ponemon Institute. And the loss of citizen trust is immeasurable.

    Since 2003, October has been recognized as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Under leadership from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance, the purpose of NCSAM is to educate government, industry and the public at large about how to be more secure online.

    To add to this critical conversation, this webinar features HP Federal’s Chief Technology Officer Tommy Gardner (at ~14 minute mark), for an engaging and informative discussion on how government leaders can take proactive steps to better protect endpoint devices.

    Key topics in the webinar includes:
    • The specific vulnerabilities of inadequately secured PCs and printers
    • Important steps to improve printer security – including data encryption, user authentication and access control, and more
    • How to better collaborate with procurement to ensure RFPs specify security capabilities for endpoint devices
  • The Wolf: True Alpha
    The Wolf: True Alpha
    Christian Slater and Jonathan Banks Recorded: Oct 10 2018 21 mins
    Who’s afraid of The Wolf?

    Yes, The Wolf is back, and this time he’s not alone.

    Christian Slater returns as The Wolf with Jonathan Banks (from Breaking Bad) as The Fixer in the HP Studio’s latest film, The Wolf: True Alpha.

    From director Lance Acord comes the third chapter in the thrilling saga of The Wolf—an epic, global hunt about the dangers of cyber threats.

    The bottom line: if your devices aren't protected, you're prey. No matter who you are.

    Learn more about how to keep the Wolf away: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Data Protection:  Are all your endpoints secure?
    Data Protection: Are all your endpoints secure?
    Michael Howard, Head of Security Practice Recorded: Sep 28 2018 24 mins
    Regardless of what your business does, data is the business of every organization. Sensitive data includes anything from copyrights, formulas, corporate dealings or patents. GDPR has already been implemented in Europe but affects companies worldwide, and other data privacy regulations such as PCI/DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, GLC, and Electronic Communications Privacy Act are causing government agencies to crack down on violations.

    Along with Michael Howard, HP’s Chief of WW Security Practice, we will discuss some areas that are often overlooked in compliance and in overall security, as well as take a look at some of these regulations and how they affect your organization. We will talk about measures you can take to ensure compliance and protection of your organization and look at real cases where organizations failed at compliance and had to face the consequences.

    To learn more, go here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • The Fixer: Weak Link
    The Fixer: Weak Link
    Jonathan Banks, Actor Recorded: Sep 14 2018 2 mins
    You eliminate your weakness before someone eliminates you.

    Only HP DesignJet printers offer a combination of security features that can monitor and detect an attack, and then self-validate software integrity in a reboot. Let Jonathan Banks as THE FIXER show you how.

    You can stay ahead of emerging threats. HP large format printers include self-healing security features that are designed to protect from known threats today while adapting to new ones. No other brand offers printers with embedded security features that automatically remove malware. With HP enterprise printers, you can rest easy knowing they are always on the case.

    To learn more about large format printers like the HP DesignJet: https://www8.hp.com/us/en/large-format-printers/designjet-printers/products.htm
  • The Fixer: The Wolf’s Last Meal
    The Fixer: The Wolf’s Last Meal
    Jonathan Banks, Actor Recorded: Sep 14 2018 2 mins
    Adapt or be dinner.

    Only the world’s most secure printers can detect threats and heal themselves. Let Jonathan Banks as THE FIXER show you how.

    Only HP printers can stop an attack the moment it starts and HP Enterprise models can self-heal with unique security features.

    - Continuous monitoring with HP Connection Inspector: Detect and stop attacks within memory or outbound requests and forces a reboot to initiate repairs.
    - Load BIOS with HP Sure Start: In reboot, HP Sure Start detects and prevents the execution of malicious code and self-heals the BIOS.
    - Check settings with HP JetAdvantage Security Manager: This security fleet management solution checks and fixes device security settings in a reboot.
    - Check firmware with Whitelisting: Helps ensure only authentic HP code is loaded into memory and will reboot and notify IT if compromised.

    To learn more about how to protect your business against attacks and ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:
    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Rethinking printers in 2018: Benefits, security issues, challenges, & the cloud
    Rethinking printers in 2018: Benefits, security issues, challenges, & the cloud
    HP Recorded: Jul 5 2018 61 mins
    In our mobile-first, cloud-first world, where everyone is doing business from just about anywhere, it’s often difficult to see where printers, the workhorse of business, fit in.

    Despite all the changes – or perhaps because of all the changes – printing has become even more mission-critical. Whether it’s a creative comp or a confidential contract, printing is an essential business function. Today’s printers are often multifunction devices, requiring day-to-day management of mechanical, networking, communications, and consumable goods.

    Printers have been networked for decades, so it comes as no surprise that printers now connect to the Internet. What may come as a surprise is the reality that once your printers are connected to the Internet, they’re just a mere hop, skip, and jump away from cybercriminals.

    It’s not just your storage systems, networks, and servers that need to be protected; your printers need protection as well. In addition to protecting sensitive data, the latest generation of printers can make work easier, improve productivity, facilitate collaboration, and help you get deals done.

    This webcast covers the benefits and critical issues you need to keep in mind as you integrate printers into your workflows and security strategies in 2018 and beyond.

    - Learn about the threats and vulnerabilities that older-generation printers may pose

    - Explore the critical capabilities you should be looking for in next-generation printers and how to create the most efficiencies when managing your multifunction device fleet

    - Discover how helpful the newest printers can be, especially in a mobile-first, cloud-first environment

    To learn more about how to protect your business against attacks and ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:
    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Stopping IoT-based Attacks on Enterprise Networks
    Stopping IoT-based Attacks on Enterprise Networks
    HP Recorded: Jul 5 2018 61 mins
    IOT devices, including printers, pose an increasing threat to enterprise networks.

    The many often undocumented devices on the network mean new surfaces for adversaries to attack, and new vulnerabilities to defend. And IoT attacks, such as Marai and Hide and Seek, are becoming more advanced.

    How prepared are we for these kinds of attacks? What is the current status of print security? Can we prevent attacks, and/or detect them when they occur? This webcast will examine specific attack areas, including data, management, monitoring and reporting, and make recommendations for protecting against various attacks. Viewers will also learn how protection is evolving from defensive to proactive.

    HP Security Experts Shivaun Albright (Distinguished Technologist) and Michael Howard (Head of Security Practice) joined this HP-sponsored webcast with SANS Institute. Shivaun and Michael will zero in on printers in this online presentation and give recommendations for protecting against attacks like these.

    To learn more about how to protect your business against attacks and ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:
    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w
  • Introduction to HP Managed Print Services
    Introduction to HP Managed Print Services
    HP Secure Managed Print Services Recorded: Apr 16 2018 2 mins
    Cybercrime, internal breaches, compliance infringement and more can hurt your business. In addition to expensive fines and lawsuits, a security breach can result in a damaged reputation and loss of revenue.

    Due to the growing sophistication and perseverance of cybercriminals, network firewalls are proving to be insufficient security measures. Organizations need to fortify their endpoints behind the firewall, including network printers. But print security can be complicated. Enterprise-level multifunction printers (MFPs) have more than 250 security settings. Keeping devices, data, and documents secure across the fleet requires specialized knowledge and can be time-consuming.

    Let HP Secure Managed Print Services (MPS) manage security so you can focus on your core business. You can count on HP MPS to help assess your risks, secure and manage your fleet, maintain printer security compliance, and keep everything up to date with the latest protections.

    Obsess less and focus more on what you’re good at.

    Learn more here: http://www8.hp.com/us/en/services/securemps.html?jumpid=sc_p3aehv6yid
  • HP Security Expert Video Series - Video 2: HP Solutions
    HP Security Expert Video Series - Video 2: HP Solutions
    Michael Howard Recorded: Apr 9 2018 9 mins
    In this second video of a 2 part series, Michael Howard, HP Inc.'s WW Chief Security Advisor, shares How is HP Bringing Solutions to your Organization.

    To learn more about how to ensure you’re secure across all your endpoints:

    http://www8.hp.com/us/en/solutions/business-solutions/printingsolutions/securityoverview.html?jumpid=sc_ucq8stx21w

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