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.
How To Stop Target-Like Breaches In Their TracksTed Julian, CMO, Co3 Systems, Tim ArmStrong, IRS, Co3 Systems, Colin Henderson, Principal Security Consultant, HPUsing the Target breach as a case study, this webinar will demonstrate how timely detection and threat intelligence integrated with incident response management could have stopped the attack cold.Read more >
With the explosion in security data, Big Data security analytics (BDSA) is widely acknowledged as the future of security information and event management (SIEM). But BDSA is a specialized application of Big Data. This webinar shows how BDSA is different:
- There’s more to BDSA than just “big.”
- BDSA requires real-time processing of security data.
- BDSA requires more than just Big Data technology.
Tight alignment between compliance and security capabilities can make each component stronger than it would be by itself. Organizations that blend the two not only more effectively combat targeted attacks and data breaches, but also more easily meet compliance requirements and avoid expensive fines. Learn how leading organizations are leveraging continuous monitoring and incident response management to achieve a more secure and compliant enterprise.
The threat landscape is constantly evolving, with Advanced Persistent Threats and zero-day exploits challenging our best abilities to keep systems and data safe and secure. As a result the way we monitor and manage security events is also evolving – and SIEM, which used to be synonymous with log management has evolved to meet today’s threats and prepare for tomorrow’s as well. Join our complimentary webinar sponsored by Dark Reading and HP to hear from Forrester security expert Edward Ferrara who will discuss how SIEM is evolving and how to best take advantage of the new security tools that puts at your disposal.
Attend this event to learn:
•How SIEM is evolving in conjunction with the threat landscape
•Ways application monitoring impacts security management
•The role of Big Data in correlating security events
•What do to now to be prepared for the evolution of SIEM
Register now for this important event and bring your questions for our panel of experts to address during the live Q&A following the presentation.
TELUS, a leading provider of managed security solutions in Canada, needed to safeguard the internal core network of multiple business units while supporting its managed security solutions business. HP ArcSight is the platform for building out future services from intelligent analysis and forensics capabilities to managed services and malware analysis. HP TippingPoint and HP ArcSight operate synergistically, with the IPS providing a critical log source for the SIEM system.
Paychex needed to derive logs from a vast number of devices and create a single, enterprise-wide view of security information and events. The customer has had phenomenal success with obtaining intelligence from different sources, pulling it into HP ArcSight, and making use of it. With HP Fortify SSC integrated into the software development lifecycle, application security has improved greatly.
Join us for the 2013 results presentation of the second annual Cost of Cyber Crime study for Australia and Japan. Conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, a total of 64 Australian and Japanese organizations participated. According to the findings, cyber attacks increased 12 percent in Australia and 32 percent in Japan. The costs associated with this increase in Australia were $772,903 and ¥265 million in Japan. “Findings from the report also show that each week Australian and Japanese organizations experienced on average 1.4 successful attacks per company”
2013 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: UK, Germany & France
Join us for the 2013 results presentation of the second annual Cost of Cyber Crime study for the United Kingdom and Germany. For the first time, the research was conducted in France. Conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security, a total of 110 UK, German and French organizations participated. According to the findings, cyber attacks increased 16 percent in the UK and 21 percent in Germany. The costs associated with this increase in the UK and Germany were £904,886 and €830,169, respectively. For the first time, it was determined that the average cost of a cyber attack in France was €3.89 million. Findings from the report also show that each week UK and German organizations experienced on average 1.3 successful attacks per company. French organizations experienced an average of 1 cyber attack per company.
Join us for the 2013 results presentation of the 4th Annual Cost of Cyber Crime Study, conducted by Ponemon Institute and sponsored by HP Enterprise Security. This study, based on a benchmark sample of U.S. organizations, shows that cyber attacks not only increased 12 percent last year, the costs associated with those attacks increased by an average of 26 percent or $2.6 million per organization. Findings from the report also show that each week, an organization can expect two of the many cyber attacks launched against it to succeed.
Join us for this important webinar and learn how:
• All industries and all sizes of organizations fall victim to cyber crime, but to different degrees.
• Denial of service, malicious insiders and web-based attacks comprise the most costly crimes.
• Attacks can be mitigated by SIEM, enterprise governance, application security testing and other prevention-focused strategies and technologies.