This week, HP is hosting its 10th-annual HP Protect conference in D.C. – a gathering that brings 1,500 security professionals together to share insights about security issues pertaining to applications, information, networks and payment systems.
This is an especially significant event for us at Trend Micro since we enjoy working closely with HP to help organizations prevent targeted attacks and defend against advanced persistent threats. Our integrated solution with HP detects, analyses and blocks breaches in real-time before they do damage.
We’re proud to celebrate our long-term partnership with HP by participating as a Diamond sponsor at HP Protect this year. If you’re at the event this week, I invite you to drop by booth number 100 to speak to one of our experts about how Trend Micro Deep Discovery works with HP TippingPoint solutions by detecting attacks and advanced threats, identifying threat characteristics, and communicating actionable intelligence to HP TippingPoint Next-Generation Firewall and IPS for immediate blocking. We can also tell you about how Deep Discovery reports incidents to HP ArcSight to allow deeper investigation and data sharing with HP’s Threat Central platform. In the meantime, check out this video that illustrates how Deep Discovery and HP work together.
But don’t simply take my word for Deep Discovery’s capabilities; a recent NSS Labs Breach Detection System Test awarded Trend Micro Deep Discovery with the highest Security Effectiveness Score.
We hope to see you at HP Protect; here are a few Trend Micro events to look out for while you’re there:
Emerging perspectives on network security postures (panel featuring Trend Micro)
TK3300 –– Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 2:30 p.m.
Trend Micro Deep Discovery & HP TippingPoint: Five things you need to know about targeted attacks and how to react
BGL 3622 –– Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 4:30 p.m. & Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
@Columbia Hall, HP – Bad Guy Lair
How to stop attackers from scoring a grand slam with targeted attacks and advanced threats
BB3599 –– Wednesday, Sept. 10 at 2:00 p.m.