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Michael Howard

Michael Howard

As HP’s Chief Security Advisor, Michael Howard (@MichaelHowardHP) leads a global consultancy team that delivers industry defining security and compliance solutions and services to its diverse customer base. Drawing from extensive industry knowledge and experience, Howard mentors his cross-functional technical and business teams on how to discuss and approach security from the CXO to the implementation level, as well as develop solutions to address the complex needs of HP customers. With a strong customer focus combined with tenacious problem solving, Howard works to keep HP’s customers secure, while driving industry change by sharing best practices and insights through thought leadership development and training.

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September 7, 2017 | 4 Minute Read

Rise to the challenge of staying compliant

Businesses have a false sense of security behind firewalls and are struggling to secure every endpoint. Learn how you can stay compliant here.


August 15, 2017 | 4 Minute Read

Make it a fair cyber fight

News about data breaches seem to be the new normal—not just for corporations, but for governments, as well.


March 30, 2017 | 3 Minute Read

Solving the people problem in IT security

Humans remain the largest challenge in protecting organizations. Even so, there are plenty of ways security professionals can defend them.


February 27, 2017 | 3 Minute Read

Stay proactive—3 ways to adopt a holistic approach to IT security

Discover three ways you can apply a more holistic approach to IT security and better protect your organization as a whole.


February 16, 2017 | 3 Minute Read

Beware The Wolf—stories of common printer security vulnerabilities

A new video series by HP Studios highlights the dangers of unsecured printers. But there's hope; taking three immediate steps can secure your network.


February 3, 2017 | 4 Minute Read

5 ways you'll see cybersecurity change in 2017

Most IT cybersecurity professionals agree that security practices haven't changed significantly in the last 25 years. But 2017 will see a big shake-up.