Cloud Security Solutions

Embrace risk knowing that your hybrid cloud is secure.

Build protection into your right mix

Finding your right mix of private cloud, public cloud, and traditional IT accelerates business innovation, but rapid IT transformation can create new risks, threats and vulnerabilities. For your evolving infrastructure, protection needs to be built into the strategy and design, not bolted on after the fact.

Rethink security in a hybrid cloud world

Know your cloud is secure

Security breaches are a significant and ongoing concern for businesses. Hackers frequently target applications and software-level security vulnerabilities in complex attacks that are difficult to detect. We help you address risk up front so you can transform with a secure and compliant cloud.

146 days

average time cyber criminals are inside before detection 1


of breaches occur at the application layer 2


increase in time to resolve an attack since 2010 3

Hybrid Cloud Security For Dummies

Learn the principles of hybrid cloud security and how to implement a secure cloud platform with this special edition of the popular For Dummies® series.


Cloud protection starts with a security-first mindset

Harden your hybrid cloud from the foundation up and enhance the security of users, data, applications and devices with HPE hybrid cloud security principles and capabilities.

Shaping Security Standards

Shaping cloud security standards

Confidently build your defence with a partner focused on best practices, industry standards, and the latest threat insights.

Shared Responsibility

Shared responsibility

Collaborate with us to protect your hybrid cloud while we help you secure your infrastructure.

Defence In Depth

Cloud defence in depth

Apply multiple layers of security controls throughout your hybrid cloud to provide additional levels of protection.

Protect to innovate with the right mix

Explore the HPE security-first principles and hybrid cloud security capabilities to discover how we help you strengthen your hybrid cloud defences so you can embrace risk.

View report: Embrace risk: secure your hybrid cloud

Secure applications

Leverage real-time application security across the entire software development lifecycle. Simulate real world attacks to identify vulnerabilities and use a centralised management repository to identify source code vulnerabilities.

Shared access management

Manage access to services through integration with multiple service catalogues, enterprise directories, and role-based access rights. This helps you to prevent unauthorised access to services and control user and administrator access rights.

Data-centric cloud security

Protect your data at all times – in rest, in motion and in use – across private cloud, public cloud and traditional IT with 24/7 data encryption. You can also maintain data and application formats.

Monitoring, detection and response

Quickly detect data breaches, rapidly respond to threats, and maintain visibility over your platform by automating analysis, reporting and alerting. You can search millions of events in seconds and collect and centralise data logs from multiple tools.

Dynamic infrastructure hardening

Reduce your attack surface, prevent hypervisor breakouts and protect your hybrid cloud. You can increase protection and harden your cloud operating systems by creating security zones and secure your infrastructure with critical security patches.

Continuous regulatory compliance

Implement regular auditing and reporting practices to simplify audits and help meet government, industry and internal compliance requirements. You can quickly identify and fix compliance issues across your organisation and reduce auditing costs.

Meet HPE OneSphere

Meet HPE OneSphere
Introducing an end-to-end, multi-cloud management platform that enables continuous delivery of new infrastructure and apps.

Connect with a cloud security specialist

Speak with an expert about your cloud security challenges and future goals.

1 Mandiant, M-Trends 2016
2 HPE Research,
3 Ponemon Institute, 2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study