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RecordedMay 22 20192 mins
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Colleges, universities and K12 institutions have had to transition to a remote learning and working model, therefore it has become crucial to protect students’, faculty’s, and research department’s PCs and printers.
To help you tackle the special challenge of cyber safety while researching, teaching and learning from home, please join us for a webinar to learn about the best practices for securing your institutional interests and devices while operating in the new norm.
- How K12 and university institutions can protect students’, faculty’s, and research department’s PCs and printers remotely
- Best practices for securing sensitive information and devices while operating in the new norm
- Real examples of security initiatives taken from academic peers
Join HP's speakers for this in-depth security discussion
- Mike Belcher, HP Director EdTech Innovation
- Rick Griencewic, HP Senior Security Advisor
And Our Guest Speaker
- Daniel Mincheff, Chief Information Officer at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Jonathan Palis, HP Z2 Product Manager and Joe Marenin, HP Workstation Roadmap Lead
You’d be hard-pressed to do your office work without a computer. It’s a tool that your office must use, purchase, and maintain. Research from Sharp has uncovered that the average worker wastes at least 21 days each year due to slow or outdated technology. Which is why an entry-level PC workstation with Intel® Xeon®™ processor, ECC Memory, dedicated graphics processing power, etc., such as the HP Z2 SFF is a smart investment that enables new capabilities that can help increase productivity, improve reliability, and limit downtime.
Listen in as we discuss the benefits of purchasing a PC Workstation vs. a traditional desktop PC and how the Z2 SFF is built for high performance and heavy workloads that enables new capabilities that can increase productivity, improve reliability, and limit downtime.
Here's what we'll go over:
• Why is a HP Z2 SFF PC Workstation more reliable than a traditional PC
• Why does HP Z2 SFF PC Workstation offer more performance than a traditional PC
• Why is the HP Z2 SFF the most secure PC workstation in the world
- Jonathan Palis, HP Z2 Product Manager
- Joe Marenin, HP Workstation Roadmap Lead
Sherban Naum, SVP Corporate Strategy and Technology
Cyber-attacks are up in recent weeks. Most organizations already have governance for remote workers, and now is the time we are all dusting off those plans while rapidly implementing.
Listen in on our virtual presentation where our HP senior cybersecurity experts talk about the current security landscape. We'll also discuss practical considerations to help adapt your endpoint security strategy to properly secure a dynamic workforce of both remote and onsite workers as we move into the new norm.
- Jean Kozub, Vice President and General Manager of US Personal Systems and Services
- Sherban Naum, SVP Corporate Strategy and Technology
- Shankar Balakrishnan, Senior Director Commercial PC Security
- Michael Howard, Head of WW Security & Analytics Practice
- Jürgen Bayer, Senior Security Adviser
Tommy Gardner - Ph.D., PE, Chief Technology Officer, HP Federal Sherban Naum - SVP, HP Security
Every minute of every day, legitimate enterprises defend themselves against adversaries determined to breach their organizations' defenses, compromise networks, steal data and drain resources, financial and otherwise. Many of the attacks go undetected, levelled by nation states and other sophisticated actors skilled at evading notice. They stealthily attack global supply chains, network endpoints and devices connected to the Internet of Things. Federal agencies are as vulnerable to these attacks as anyone. This webcast will examine federal cybersecurity challenges and solutions, including:
- An update of supply-chain security in the federal space
- Remediation of supply-chain vulnerabilities
- The challenges of endpoint security
- Application isolation and containment solutions
- Securing the Internet of Things, including printers
- Ensuring the integrity of enterprise infrastructure
- Achieving robust, real-time threat intelligence
- Reducing complexity to increase visibility
Dr. Richard G Baruniak - Victor E. Cameron Chair in Engineering, Rice University Professor
Campuses across the educational landscape have had to move quickly to support distance learning and and are scrambling to continue their research projects from off campus. The technology required to support these initiatives has been largely defined by what was readily available. But as institutions settle into this new reality, it makes sense to take another look at the technologies that can more robustly support virtual education and research as learners and researchers work both on and off campus. Join Grants Office and special guests from Rice University, OpenStax, and HP for a look at how machine learning and cognitive science are delivering better online learning outcomes and how HP's new ZCentral remote workstation technology is enabling learning and research from a distance. Also, Grants Office will share a valuable synopsis of grant programs that are available to fund solutions like these on your campus. If you’re looking to take a more circumspect approach to funding and deploying distance education that advances student learning and research outcomes by leveraging evidence-based technology solutions, you won’t want to miss this!
Dr. Stefani Pautz, Stephenson Project Director Digital Promise
In the midst of school closures due to COVID-19, schools and districts across the country are grappling with how to transition to distance learning. In this webinar, learn how HP Spotlight School Lone Star Middle School in Nampa, ID is implementing equitable distance learning through the powerful use of technology. Participants will leave the webinar with tips from Lone Star Middle School teachers, school leadership, and district leadership on how to engage all stakeholders through distance learning. Featured panelists from Nampa School District are: Chad Longley, Administrator of Personalized Learning; Greg Heideman, Lone Star Middle School Principal; Drew Williams, Lone Star Middle School Technology Coach & Teacher; and Cindy Snyder, Lone Star Middle School Special Educator. This webinar is presented by Reinvent the Classroom, a collaboration between HP, Digital Promise, Microsoft, and Intel.
Any major disruption in the way organizations do business is a tremendous opportunity for hackers and information thieves. How do you help your users stay protected and security-minded when their world is being upended? On this episode of On the Air: Remote Edition, we'll discuss the major security considerations you need to be thinking through, and how best to protect your users in the meantime. Here's what we'll discuss:
- New threats and security risks like Zoombombing
- Critical WFH security hygiene lessons for IT pros and end users alike
- The latest built-in security features on HP devices to keep your users safe without them thinking about it
While ransomware continues to run rampant across industries, endpoint security has become more important than ever before as cyberthreats continue to increase in frequency and sophistication. Learn why “every PC purchase decision is a security decision” and how HP’s innovative, hardware-based, approach to endpoint protection can strengthen your organization’s security posture by reducing the risk of a successful cyberattack and decrease IT support costs.
Audience Learning Outcomes (2-4 outcomes):
- Understand why endpoint resilience is more than simply bouncing back after an attack
- The importance of a commitment to engineering the most secure and manageable PCs in the industry
- Understand how HP’s Security Council’s layered approach to endpoint security rooted in hardware provides higher levels of protection while reducing IT support costs
According to The Cost of Insecure Endpoints report from Ponemon Institute, ineffective endpoint security strategies are costing these organizations $6 million annually in detection, response, and wasted time
Endpoints are the new network perimeter. Attackers know this. Endpoint threats pose a significant risk to organizations large and small. A report by IDC shares that that 70 percent of cyberthreats actually originate from endpoints. As the bad actors become more sophisticated so should your end point strategy.
Redefine the concept of “endpoint”
Learn why the Global endpoint market is due to double by 2026
Understand effective security measures needed to protect endpoints
Get tips for a unified endpoint security strategy that can help you stay ahead of bad actors.
Moderated by: Jo Peterson, Vice President, Cloud and Security Services, Clarify360
Tom Gorup, VP, Security & Support Operations, Alert Logic
Wade Woolwine, Principal Security Researcher, Rapid7
Juergen Bayer, Product Consultant - Security, HP
Tommy Gardner, Chief Technology Officer, HP Federal
In February of 2019, the Trump administration issued an executive order outlining a national strategy on artificial intelligence. The American AI Initiative envisions government working with partners in industry and academia, at home and abroad, to build a foundation from which the U.S. will lead development of this important emerging technology.
In the immediate future, the government predicts it will spend more than $1 billion on AI in fiscal year 2020. The spend will range from projects that help agencies secure real savings by using AI in low-end processing projects to longer-term projects that aim to solve higher-level, complex mission challenges.
This FCW workshop will highlight some of the successful projects underway currently in agencies, and share lessons learned so far in the federal government's AI journey.
Topics to be addressed include:
- Current federal investments in AI research and development
- Latest in policy and funding for government AI applications
- Best practices for identifying and preparing training data
- Ways to build the AI workforce with education and training opportunities
Kimberley Challinor, Manager, Enterprise Output Management University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Care is 24/7 - so are healthcare professionals. Demands on healthcare professionals increase every year, with new therapies, new standards, new regimens, and an aging populous. Fortunately, technology advances at a rapid rate and can lighten the load on HCPs, offering more time with patients. This webinar explores ways HCPs can use technology to their benefit and avoid burnout of their staff, and themselves.
Key Learning Points
- Best practices to integrate technology into the daily workflow
- Solutions to help address workflow inefficiency
- First-hand use case from a healthcare provider
Tommy Gardner, Chief Technology Officer, HP Federal
Identifying and mitigating attacks from sophisticated malware requires advanced solutions, such as AI-enabled deep learning. Unlike measures that are strictly reactive, deep learning protects systems before malware is written, including emerging threats to the communications and IT supply chains.
During this chat, we will review deep learning and other advanced techniques for supply chain risk management.
You will learn more about:
•Emerging malware threats
•How deep learning counteracts malware
•Ensuring supply-chain security
•The role of government agencies in combating malware mutations
•And much more!
Daniel Colling, BSC, RN Global Lead, Healthcare Industry Solutions, HP Inc.
As modern healthcare organizations continue down the road to digitization, clinical specialties are handling new types of data in novel combinations. Nurses, CMIOs and other informatics specialists, and physicians must be able to draw seamless connections between complex data sets and the health of individual patients. How does all that information converge at the point of care?
HP has assembled a panel of experts to discuss the current state of healthcare digitization.
Join this webinar to learn more about:
- How AI is assisting clinicians to identify critical points from a sea of data
- How to stave off provider burnout during the digital revolution
- What to expect from the next digital wave
Rick Griencewic,HP Senior Security specialist; Tory Dombrowski, Spicehead and Takeform IT Director
HP security specialist Rick Griencewic, and an IT Pro from the Spiceworks' Community discuss some of the biggest changes in regulations, legislation and standards in 2019 and how they may impact business security practices in the new year. Plus, a peek at the new HP Elite Dragonfly business notebook and more on the latest HP security features.
Brad Winston, HP Senior Security Specialist; Glenn Pitchford, Spicehead and PermiaCare IT Director
HP Senior Security specialist Brad Winston, along with Spicehead and PermiaCare IT Director Glenn Pitchford, discuss ways to mitigate users and prevent security attacks at the endpoint level. Attendees learned about HP security features, new predictions about data breaches/ransomware attacks, and much more.
Join IDC and HP as we discuss how external services can generate an optimal customer experience and how to get there given different IT maturity levels. What shifts are we are seeing in the market today and where were these services before? How has services changed and what can we expect going forward? Discover what IT can do to create the ideal environment for all employees.
Head of Deploy, Maintain and Renew Services, HP Inc.
Program Vice President, IDC
Research Director, IDC's Flexible Consumption and Financing Strategies
Dr. Sean Spina, RPH, BSC(PHARM), ACPR, PHARMD, FCSHP
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate that hospitals are responsible for 1.7 million Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) in the U.S. resulting in 99,000 associated deaths , more annually than those who die from car accidents in the United States. Moreover, in Canada 220,000 patients were affected with HAIs resulting in 12,000 deaths.
Given the exponential growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the hospital environment, it is essential that healthcare professionals are aware of the significance of infectious vectors on wearables and other IoT devices and how they can improve patient safety, without compromising the devices' integrity in the process.
In this critical webinar, Dr. Sean Spina will share his team’s approach to the investigation into the cleaning methods of smartphones and wearables from infectious contamination in a patient care environment (ISWIPE). Daniel Colling from HP will also speak to the challenges for driving policy for infection prevention and control of IT devices and related electromagnetic interference challenges from IoT devices that impact patients and shared patient environments.
Learning points include:
- The importance of formalized, structured evaluations of new technologies in healthcare settings
- The infectious implications and risks of using smartphones and wearable devices in a healthcare setting
- Methods of evaluating multiple vector threats for mitigating contamination and the spread of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)
- Providing safe electronics around sensitive equipment and high-risk patients
Please join Lorri Jefferson, HP VP and Head of Software & Services Product Management, as she interviews Michael Calce (aka Mafia Boy) who is now a security expert and former computer hacker from Île Bizard, Quebec who launched a series of highly publicized denial-of-service attacks in February 2000 against large commercial websites, including Yahoo!, Fifa.com, Amazon.com, Dell, Inc., E*TRADE, eBay, and CNN. He will share his personal transformation from black hat to white hat hacker and speak about the growing security threats.
Learn how to counteract attacks, why Michael collaborates with HP as their Security Advisory Board chairman and provides suggestions to IT.
Also, you will learn about proactive measures you can take to reduce security risks such as isolation technology and the importance of analytics with Michelle Gattuso, HP Senior Director of Product Management for DaaS Proactive Security.
Danielle Bowie, DNP, RN, NE-BC Vice President of Nursing Workforce Development Bon Secours Mercy Health
Healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) remain a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the United States. Much time has been dedicated to creating protocols and procedures to reduce infection, but the role of technology is sometimes overlooked. Technology can decrease the risk of HAIs, but, paradoxically, can also contribute to them by transmitting bacteria via contaminated computer screens. These bacteria can cause infection not just in patients, but in clinicians as well. Learn how to ensure technology works for—not against—you and your colleagues as you work to reduce HAIs and protect both you and your patients.
This fast-paced webinar will include:
• How dirty computer screens and cell phones can put your patients at risk, as shown by research results
• How to avoid this risk by setting up cleaning and disinfecting procedures that fit into nurses’ workflow
• How to work with IT and multidisciplinary teams to create protocols in the electronic health record to flag patients at risk for HAIs such as sepsis
Gwen Becknell, HP IT Lead for Employee Experience Strategy & Services and Marc Bland, HP Global Services Development
HP recently implemented its own Device as a Service (DaaS) solution. Join Gwen Becknell, HP IT Lead for Employee Experience Strategy and Services, to discover how DaaS transformed employee experiences, empowered the IT team, and is resulting in measurable business outcomes. Plus, hear from Marc Bland, HP Global Services Development, about ways you can get started by calculating your organization’s projected value with HP DaaS.