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Advanced Security: HP Tipping Point

Taking into account the constant demand for security, HP has introduced its advanced security solution for networking

There is now more ground to be protected with the influx of sophisticated solutions like cloud computing, advanced mobile device usage and millions of applications for business and recreation. This calls for an equally advanced mode of security that will work around the clock, regardless of the type of applications, networking solutions and data that is being handled.  Taking into account the constant demand for security, HP has introduced its advanced security solution for networking in its HP TippingPoint, which can work in all directions and can accommodate itself to guard your data, applications, and networks from any type of attacks.

There are many key features that make it the number one choice, such as its ability to defend any type of network, be it cloud, physical or virtual.  It can also protect operations and traffic in real time and also provides security intelligence.  This level of security is the result of extensive research conducted by HP to deliver industry-required protection in all levels and activities.  HP DVLab experts from all across the globe enable cutting-edge security advancements while always keeping in mind policies and industry requirements.  In addition to such advanced security, HP gives regular updates on its products to provide security that might be needed in the future as well as information on current risks that threaten to envelope industries via the Web and on iTunes.

It is not going to take businesses more than a minute to read on HP TippingPoint products like the Security Management System (SMS) and the Next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS). If you want deployments on all HP TippingPoint products, get the SMS and NGIPS so that you can give the best security for your business needs.  The next high-powered product of HP TippingPoint is the Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) which can give you 20Gbps of real-time protection brought about by in-line network security for all data centres and any type of networks.  These products are time-tested and proved by multiple usages to be the best and most resilient and robust solution based products.  To make things even easier, HP has provided multiple models which you can peruse to choose one that matches your needs.

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