LAS VEGAS -- HP (NYSE:HPQ) today unveiled a new security offering to protect data, resources and validate regulatory compliance across the entire IT infrastructure from the desktop to the data center.
Introduced at the HP Technology Forum, the HP Secure Advantage (http://www.hp.com/go/security) portfolio of servers, storage, software and services helps customers securely share information, improve identity management and compliance controls, ensure business continuity and defend against network attacks.
Security is a key enabler of HPs Adaptive Infrastructure, which helps customers evolve to a next-generation data center that enables 24 x 7, lights-out computing.
Security and compliance continues to be a top concern for CIOs as the enterprise has evolved whether spurred by growth, threats or ongoing regulatory pressure, said Chris Christiansen, security analyst, IDC, an industry analyst firm. HP Secure Advantage helps optimize business risk management by integrating security into the fabric of the IT infrastructure preparing customers for security threats today and in the future.
According to IDC, the security products and services market is expected to reach $66.6 billion by 2010.(1)