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Keep SaaS secure from the start
When you're not sure of your SaaS providers' risk management, be sure of your own.Take action
Evolving threats: Changing attack vectors, new infrastructures
The HP DVLabs Cyber Security Risks Report details new threats and the rise of "hacktivism."Get the report
The future of IT: No borders
HP Software CTO Mark Potts scouts the mobile, cloud-driven, highly mobile future.The future is now
RSA report: Security in a cash crunch
Hugh Njemanze, CTO and VP of worldwide R&D at HP Enterprise Security, talks about budget constraints, the value of multilayer security and more.Watch now
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Data Center 20/20
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Percentage of reported security vulnerabilities in 2011 classified as high-severity (CVSS 8-10).1
Percentage of reported vulnerabilities to the IT enterprise that were web-app centric.1
Percentage who said privileged access was "determined by well-defined policies that are controlled by business or application owners."2
Q: How do you secure IT in a DevOps/NoOps world?
A: Leverage cloud computing environments and pre-defined, pre-secured "template" ("cloud mapped") PaaS environments where the developer is presented with a pre-configured virtual system every time, which has been set up for minimal risk and exposure through the build process and the security team's involvement.
— Rafal Los, HP Chief Security Evangelist, on his security blog, "Follow the White Rabbit"