HP security solns now help to spot the ‘enemy within’

|May 15, 2015 0
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BANGALORE, INDIA: HP has unveiled new security offerings to help organizations embrace a “New School of Cyber Defense” by protecting the interactions between users, applications.

The new HP Security products and services announced today address this approach to security incorporating user behavior analytics, data-centric cloud access protection, mobile application reputation analysis, contextual threat intelligence sharing, and incident response.

“The old school approach to cyber security focused on securing the perimeter, but the data powering business today goes beyond our four walls and must be protected from cyber threats regardless of where it resides,” said Jyoti Prakash, country director, India and SAARC countries, HP Enterprise Security Products.

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“In today’s environment, we must challenge ourselves to embrace the new school of thinking that goes beyond the infrastructure to protect what matters most – the interactions between users, applications and data that when protected, can fuel our businesses and accelerate growth.”

HP has announced a new offering that gives companies visibility into user behavior, delivering a simple, efficient way to detect malicious users within the enterprise. Partnering with security analytics company Securonix to deliver an interoperable security intelligence offering designed to help track and identify the “enemy within,” HP ArcSight User Behavior Analytics (UBA) leverages the behavioral data generated by enterprise users along with broader network event intelligence to detect even the most complex threats.

HP also announced a new cloud access security platform designed to complement the existing HP Atalla cloud security portfolio, and expand its leadership in data-centric security.

The new HP Cloud Access Security Protection platform provides ‘borderless’ protection of the data itself—at rest, in use or in motion—through a partnership with cloud access security broker Adallom to bring enhanced cloud security monitoring, governance and control capabilities to HP customers.

Another new offering to help its customers manage their Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policies more intelligently by providing a fully-integrated mobile application reputation database within the HP Fortify on Demand cloud-based portal.

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