HP Addresses Global Targeted Attacks

HP Addresses Global Targeted Attacks

As part of the strategy to extend its security intelligence-sharing network, HP has formed an alliance with Hitachi to capture and share Japan-specific threat information.

HP claims the partnership to be the first-of-its kind in advancing HP’s efforts to foster a wider reach of international security information sharing.

In agreement, Hitachi will join the HP Global Threat Intelligence Alliance and contribute threat intelligence to HP’s existing security information sharing platform, HP central. The platform delivers automated and open sharing of information and contextual analysis that allows organizations to take action. This intelligence will also inform periodically published reports from HP Security Research.

Speaking of the value of Global security information sharing, Ted Ross, Director of Threat Intelligence for Security Research at HP, said: “Targeted attacks are becoming more pervasive and the evolving nature of threats continues to be a top security challenge facing organizations around the world. Information sharing is fundamental to staying a step ahead of the adversaries, advancing security intelligence and quickly isolating threats to predict threats and protect our most valuable data.”

As Japan and Asia Pacific being constantly targeted by on-rising cyber-crime, the alliance with Hitachi will bring more service intelligence feeds to HP Threat Central form a network of other companies, including AlienVault and Crowdstrike.

HP Security endeavors to help customers strengthen their security posture to minimize risk and incident impact, with a global network of security operations centers and more than 5,000 IT security experts.

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