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TELUS leverages HP TippingPoint for managed security services

MarthaAviles ‎05-19-2014 08:18 AM - edited ‎10-06-2015 01:40 PM

As cyber threats become increasingly complex, more and more companies are turning to managed security service providers (MSSPs) for help in this critical area. TELUS Security Solutions—part of TELUS, a national telecommunications provider in Canada—offers a comprehensive portfolio of managed security services, including a powerful intrustion prevention system—with the help of HP TippingPoint.


One of the biggest impacts of the TippingPoint deployment for TELUS, was the ability to quickly deploy a very complex solution into the company’s largest customer. This allowed TELUS Security Solutions to focus on operations, sales, and marketing teams on one product—reducing the ‘noise’ from multiple other types of services available in the market. Utilizing the HP TippingPoint Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), TELUS now has an extensible platform on which to build advanced-threat protection services such as intelligent analysis, forensics capabilities, and malware analysis.




HP TippingPoint IPS:

  • Enable managed security services customers to focus on their core business rather than on security.
  • Defend critical data and applications without affecting performance and productivity.
  • Give customers confidence and peace of mind with market-leading technologies.


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