HP Set to Secure HHS Network

HP will work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to protect the agency’s network from viruses, malware and other security attacks.

According to HP, “DHHS reviewed several intrusion detection systems and IPS solutions offered by multiple vendors. After months of research, DDHS selected the HP TippingPoint IPS platform for its ability to filter network traffic based on specific characteristics. Specifically, the HP TippingPoint IPS can inspect network traffic against signatures – or characteristics – for known attacks.”

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