HPE: Helping Your Organization Fearlessly Innovate

14 February 2017

Businesses today are under constant pressure. Pressure to innovate. Pressure to disrupt their industries by adopting new technologies. Pressure to develop new products and create new applications. On top of all this, there’s the additional pressure of securing their data and applications and mitigating threats. It’s a constant battle, and at some point, it’s going to explode.

At this week’s RSA conference, we will be talking with industry experts, customers and partners about how organizations can keep security at the forefront, while not slowing or impeding innovation. At the center of these conversations will be two new and exciting solutions designed to address the most pressing security challenges so that organizations can focus on what they do best – innovating.

Making Data Unusable in Case of a Breach

It’s no surprise that IoT devices are producing a lot of data. To deliver value, organizations need the data collected from these devices, as well as information about the devices themselves. While individual pieces of data may not be sensitive, when combined it can take on the form of protected health information (PHI) or personally identifiable information (PII). It’s critical for organizations to recognize and address this by extending protection as close as possible to the source, at the IoT edge, to render sensitive data useless in the case of a breach.

At RSA, we are announcing the expansion of our HPE SecureData portfolio to protect and build data-centric security into your IoT environments. HPE SecureData for Hadoop and IoT is the industry’s first-to-market solution that integrates with Apache™ NiFi™, and supports encryption of data streaming off sensors and devices “at the edge.” The data is encrypted before it moves into the data lake. This means that if your data is breached, attackers cannot decrypt the data or sell your information, making it essentially useless.

Accelerating Attack Response with Quick Access to Investigative Data

Cyberattacks can happen in minutes, or even seconds, making a security operations center (SOC) built on real-time monitoring, analytics, and investigation an organization’s front-line defense against increasing cyber threats. The HPE Security ArcSight portfolio continues to be the foundation of intelligence-driven cyber defense programs, helping organizations to detect and respond to threats much quicker and more accurately than previously possible.

To build on our strategic vision for SOCs, we are excited to debut the HPE Security ArcSight Investigate Early Access Program, centered on a new product which is fully integrated with the market-leading ArcSight platform, delivering faster and more efficient investigation.  ArcSight Investigate provides the industry-leading search speed and intuitive threat analysis needed to monitor and respond to cyberattacks faster and more efficiently. In addition, the integration with our ArcSight Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) and ArcSight Data Platform (ADP) 2.0 solutions, allows security analysts to seamlessly manage their alerts and dive deeper into the most suspicious events.

We have designed our products specifically to give you the peace of mind to innovate confidently by building security directly into data and applications, and providing the solutions needed to detect and respond quickly to attacks. Our products provide analytics at scale to give you the visibility and knowledge you need to keep your organization safe during and after an attack. Interested? Come hear more at our RSA booth #3717 and leave the security worries to us, so you can focus your energy where it needs to be—fearlessly innovating.

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