HP last week introduced HP Wolf Security, a new integrated portfolio of secure by design PCs and printers, hardware-driven endpoint security software and security services to protect customers from growing cyber threats.
HP Wolf Security’s recently published Blurred Lines & Blindspots report highlights that cyberattacks have increased by 238% globally during the pandemic, with hackers targeting employees who work out of the office. The company’s new HP Wolf Security platform builds on more than 20 years of security research and innovation to provide customers with a complete portfolio focused on delivering comprehensive endpoint protection and cyber resilience.
The future of work will be more distributed than ever before, with a growing number of people working from multiple locations outside the office. This offers interesting new possibilities for more mobility, but it also creates new vulnerabilities.
1.5 attack per minute
The report Blurred Lines & Blindspots from HP Wolf Security shows that endpoints connected to the internet will experience 1.5 attacks per minute worldwide by 2020. As a result, 91% of IT decision makers surveyed now say they spend more time on endpoint security than they did two years ago, with a further 91% reporting that endpoint security has become as important as network security.
HP has long been a leader in PC and printer security. By unifying the company’s security offerings into a single platform for customers, it addresses a growing customer need for a comprehensive and resilient endpoint infrastructure and cyber defense.