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With the cost of cyber-crime rising at an alarming rate and several organizations calling attention to the increase in the use of exploits in the wild, Hewlett-Packard's cyber-risk report this year focuses on specific areas of the attack surface, the technologies that define them, and the vulnerabilities...
Jacob West, CTO of Hewlett-Packard's Enterprise Security Products, explains why application misconfiguration is an issue and offers advice on how to limit the risks.
HP's Zero Day Initiative is betting $150,000 that hackers can't hunt down a mythical Exploit Unicorn that is defended by Microsoft's strongest security.
HP Chromebook 11 users are urged not to use the charger for their device and to contact the manufacturer for a free replacement charger module.
HP's new S900 Series MFPs offer cost savings and workflow efficiencies. They also end customers' need to look elsewhere for a complete lineup.
Hewlett-Packard has updated its Elite portfolio with its thinnest Ultrabook yet, two tiny desktops, a convertible and a 23-inch touch display.
A small selection of renderings offering glimpses of Apple's spaceship-like new headquarters has been floating around the Internet for years now, but just recently, Cupertino, Calif., city officials—who recently gave the green light on Apple's futuristic building—also released two-dozen renderings,...
In a new study, Hewlett-Packard found that 97 percent of the mobile applications it scanned accessed private information on devices.