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HP has recently rolled out two security solutions within its Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) portfolio, HP DaaS Proactive Security Service. In addition, there is cooperation in this area with the international insurance specialist Aon.

The supplier expanded its DaaS portfolio with security solutions at its HP Reinvent event in the United States. These solutions, already announced at the recent Mobile World Congress 2019, are designed to enable companies and organizations to enforce and monitor a stronger security policy.

These solutions should also enable companies and organisations to react proactively to threats and to increase their defence against the threat of threats that have not yet been identified.

Two flavours

The DaaS solution for security comes in two flavours. HP DaaS Proactive Security Servicec is designed to provide more protection than traditional antivirus solutions with an additional layer of defense. For example, for Windows 10-based PCs and laptops, it offers an advanced isolation security service that includes artificial intelligence. This allows endpoints to get the best protection, according to the supplier.

HP DaaS Proactive Security provides real-time malware protection for endpoint calculation and threat analysis via HP TechPulse. In addition, specialized experts from the supplier are available to enforce compliance with this endpoint protection within companies and organizations. They also provide IT administrators with insight into the potential threats with detailed kill chain analyses.

Cooperation with insurer Aon

The service now launched also includes a security self-assessment tool, a scorecard and various cyber security solutions such as incident response and cybersecurity services from the international insurance company Aon.

HP works with the insurer to provide complete security solutions for companies and organizations involved in rating, endpoint security, response breach and cyber insurance.

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