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HP offers a host of products, features and services protecting business PCs, servers, communication, security procedures, and industry standards to secure your corporate network.

Secure data transfer

TPM Embedded Security Chip - TPM Embedded Security Chip refers to the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), that integrates the core elements of trust into the subsystem
»  Learn more about Password Management
»  Learn more about Embedded Security for HP ProtectTools
CheckPoint VPNs - a pre-installed, "Secured by Check Point" VPN/firewall solution available as the ProLiant Security Server - Check Point model
»  More information
Media Access Control (MAC) - a filtering technique that limits network access to only those clients registered with a certain access point, an industry standard protocol available on HP ProCurve networking access points
»  ProCurve Networking products
Service set ID (SSID) - an industry standard protocol that provides access only to clients who entered the correct SSID of the desired access point
»  More information
802.1x dynamic encryption keys - an industry standard protocol incorporated into the latest HP networking hardware that allows encryption keys to be changed dynamically for each user session.
»  ProCurve Networking products
»  Mobile security information
WiFI Protected Access (WPA) - a specification of standards-based, interoperable security enhancements that strongly increase the level of data protection and access control for existing and future wireless LAN systems
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) - a cryptographic algorithm for use by U.S. government organizations to protect sensitive (unclassified) information
Microsoft Windows 2000/XP support - HP offers standard warranty and upgrade Microsoft operating system support for all business desktops, notebooks and workstations

Encryption acceleration

Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) NIC - ensures secure, private communication over the Internet and within the enterprise
»  HP-UX IPSec
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