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The Business of Hacking

HPE’s Business of Hacking Report is a SWOT analysis of hacking that uncovers strengths and weaknesses you can attack & exploit to disrupt hackers and their business.

Understand hackers’ businesses to protect your own

Hackers have now progressed into organized businesses. Their motivation is profit, and their strategy is to earn it with the least risk and the greatest ROI. When you understand how they operate and treat them as competitors, you can disrupt their business to protect your own.

 

The Business of Hacking

Hackers operate in organized businesses—with their own risks and profits. Understand the business of hacking. Learn how they’re organized and how they make their money, so you can plan your strategy to beat them.

 

Most effective security strategies

Learn which cyber defenses are most effective. IDC analysts share their experiences working with organizations across the industry as each has fought back to disrupt the business of hacking and make their companies safer.

Get proactive—disrupt the business of hacking

Information Security

Information security, sometimes shortened to InfoSec, is the practice of preventing unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, inspection, recording or destruction of information.

Data Security

Data security means protecting digital data, such as those in a database, from destructive forces and from the unwanted actions of unauthorized users, such as a cyberattack or a data breach.

Application Security

Application security encompasses measures taken to improve the security of an application often by finding, fixing and preventing security vulnerabilities

 

Find and stop breaches before the damage is done

Hackers are sophisticating their attacks. Discover why enterprise security combined with a comprehensive security plan and an expert team is essential to plan effectively against the business of hacking.

A Brief History of Cyber crime

The timeline of disruption—the measures we take to defeat hacker attacks—follows the timeline of computing itself. View the infographic to see how cyber defenses have evolved to keep hackers looking for new ways to access and steal data

 

A look back on the Timeline of Disruption

Disrupt hackers’ businesses. Drive their costs up and profits down by deploying cyber defenses that force them to change their attacks. This paper provides a history of cybercrime and shows how it has evolved in response to the defenses we mount.

 

Understand your newest competitor

Do hackers really have businesses like yours? Yes they do—with the same profit motives and business functions. Watch the video to learn how hackers operate and why treating them like competitors lets you disrupt their businesses to protect yours.

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