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New Offerings Provide Framework for Cyber Resiliency to Proactively Identify and Manage Risk Allowing Organizations to Fearlessly Innovate
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 1, 2016) - RSA Conference -- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) (
Companies are shifting away from standalone security products that offer a reactive defense approach and toward interoperable security systems that provide a more proactive solution, creating a market that IDC estimates is worth $25 billion. By 2020, IDC expects the market to grow to more than $50 billion as security technology adapts to major trends such as software-defined networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) and demands placed on a 24x7 mobile workforce.1
To proactively detect and respond to active threats, risk management approaches need to shift to focus on building security into the fabric of their organization. The HPE Cyber Reference Architecture offers business leaders and security professionals concrete guidance to help protect an organization's critical business assets and interactions between users, applications and data regardless of location or device through a combination of policy, governance, process and technology.
The HPE Cyber Reference Architecture is a comprehensive blueprint for security architecture using a common methodology. Comprising 12 domains, 63 sub-domains and over 350 distinct security capabilities, the HPE Cyber Reference Architecture (CRA) defines solutions to today's most complex cyber security challenges, including cloud, mobility, Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet-of-Things (IoT).
"Enterprises today are faced with increasingly complex threats and are challenged with being able to comprehensively identify and manage risk while keeping pace with innovation," said Art Wong, senior vice president, HPE Security Services, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. "Leveraging HPE's unparalleled expertise in advisory, architecture and transformation across some of the world's largest organizations, the HPE Cyber Reference Architecture provides 350 distinct security capabilities in the form of security architecture blueprints for the core components and initiatives required to tackle security challenges with confidence."
HPE also announced the continued evolution of its Threat Defense Services portfolio, which includes market-leading security monitoring and managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) services powered by HPE Security ArcSight. Delivered through HPE's 10 Global Security Operations Centers, the following portfolio enhancements are designed to enhance threat detection and to provide greater visibility and self-service investigative capabilities to customers.
Additional information about HPE Security solutions and services is available at HPE booth No. 3411 at the RSA Conference. Keep up with conference happenings by following the hashtag #RSAC and follow @HPE_Security.
About HPE Security
HPE Security helps organizations protect their business-critical digital assets by building security into the fabric of the enterprise, detecting and responding to advanced threats, and safeguarding continuity and compliance to effectively mitigate risk. With an integrated suite of market-leading products, services, threat intelligence and security research, HPE Security empowers organizations to balance protection with innovation to keep pace with today's idea economy. Find out more about HPE Security at https://www.hpe.com/us/en/solutions/protect-digital.html.
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1 IDC, Security in the 3rd Platform: Marching Toward Proactive Defense , Doc # 255791, May 2015
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