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Hewlett-Packard, Trend Micro team up to defend against attacks

HP and Trend Micro want to make PCs and other technologies more secure with their joint announcement at RSA 2014.

Published Tue, Feb 25 2014 3:16 AM CST   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:15 PM CDT

RSA 2014 - PC and server maker Hewlett-Packard and security solutions company Trend Micro have teamed up to introduce new software to defend against targeted attacks. The new effort combines Trend Micro's Deep Discovery with HP's TippingPoint, with the new solution aimed at effectively detecting, reporting, and blocking data breaches.

Hewlett-Packard, Trend Micro team up to defend against attacks |

HP relies on software and vendor products to help keep its PCs, servers, and other products protected - and creating custom partnerships will allow for a great opportunity to keep products more secure.

"Cyber criminals are going well beyond traditional malware and conventional attack vectors, and enterprise need protection that keeps pace and adapts faster than the adversaries," said Rob Greer, HP TippingPoint Enterprise Security Products, in a statement. "Collaborating with pioneering security companies like Trend Micro supports our mission to deliver the most comprehensive solutions on the market to block and remediate advanced threats."

HP wants companies to team up and collaborate in their cybersecurity efforts, in an attempt to keep up with growing cyber threats.


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