Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // October 2013
Improve security through shared intelligence
Hackers and cyber-criminals don’t work alone, and neither should you.Shared responsibility
3 reasons to evolve your security firewall
The traditional firewall is not enough to meet today’s security needs. Here’s why.A better barrier
Your business is your software
See why enterprises are increasingly defined by software—and learn four keys to mastering a new paradigm.Get with the program
Risk in the balance
At HP Protect, HP Security SVP Art Gilliland discusses shared security intelligence as a tool against a rapidly evolving adversary, and the need to balance risk management with business ambition.Watch now
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The innovation and revenue engine of the enterprise.
HP Software’s Paul Muller hosts a weekly video digging into the hottest IT issues. Check out the latest episode.
Keep up with announcements as the world’s top information security talents meet to discuss new strategies and share information. Washington D.C., Sept. 8–11.
Percentage of U.S. IT security professionals who rate themselves as “not effective” in communicating all relevant facts about the state of security risk to senior executives (47% in the UK).1
Worldwide security technology and services market forecast for 2013, up 8.7 percent from $61.8 billion in 2012 (the market is expected to grow to more than $86 billion in 2016).2
Data breaches caused by human error and systems glitches in 2012 (malicious or criminal attacks are the most costly, at an average of $157 per compromised record).3
2"Gartner Says Worldwide Security Market to Grow 8.7 Percent in 2013," Gartner Inc., June 2013
3"2013 Cost of a Data Breach: Global Analysis," Ponemon Institute, June 2013
Q: What should Nasdaq do to avoid another “Flash Freeze”?
A: Hopefully, we will not get another Ford vs. Firestone fiasco; the only way to solve the problem is to conduct an objective review of people, processes, and technology involved. At this point, managers should focus their attention internally rather than in asserting blame externally—otherwise, a better system cannot be built. … Catch your breath. Stop blaming. Evaluate your people, processes, and technology—then make the necessary changes.
—Myles Suer, Senior Manager, ITPM Field and Partner Evangelism, on the Discover Performance blog