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          THE WOLF

          NOTHING IS SAFE

          WATCH THE FILM

          THE WOLF

          TRUE ALPHA

          WATCH THE FILM

          UNCOVER THE STORY, SELECT A CHARACTER

          THE FIXER

          “the cyber war is being fought on many different fronts.”

          Take it from me: A PC decision is also a security decision. Protect your devices, identity, and data with the world’s most secure and manageable PCs1.

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          THE FIXER

          VULNERABILITY HAS LEFT THE BUILDING.

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          THE WOLF

          “PRINTERS ARE EXPLOITABLE PORTALS AND FACES ARE THE NEW FINGERPRINTS.”

          When I come prowling, will you be prepared? Take the secure print analysis survey to see if you’re vulnerable.

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          THE WOLF

          NOTHING IS SAFE IF YOUR PRINTERS AREN’T HP SECURE

          It’s not if you will get attacked, but when. Protect your data with the only printers that can detect and self-heal from malware2

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          THE EXPERT

          every device decision is a security decision

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          EXPLORE THE cyber attacks in the wolf: True Alpha

          Select a case study

          SWISS CONFERENCE ATTACK

          Think your e-mails are iron clad? Eventually someone will click on a bad link. Can your PCs stop the malware?

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          LONDON AIRPORT ATTACK

          You can’t catch what you can’t see. Spreading malware through un-monitored devices is a stealthy way to access high value targets.

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          TORVIK INDUSTRIES ATTACK

          Security hardening is important for devices anywhere on a network, including printers placed in a temporary, remote location.

          LAUNCH THE CASE STUDY
          1Based on HP’s unique and comprehensive security capabilities at no additional cost among vendors with >1M unit annual sales as of November 2016 on HP Elite PCs with 7th Gen and higher Intel? Core? Processors, Intel? integrated graphics, and Intel? WLAN. For more information: hp.com/go/securityclaims.
          2HP’s most advanced embedded security features are available on HP Enterprise-class devices with FutureSmart firmware 4.5 or above and is based on HP review of 2018 published embedded security features of competitive in-class printers. Only HP offers a combination of security features for integrity checking down to the BIOS with self-healing capabilities. For more information visit: hp.com/go/printersecurityclaims.
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