HP Reinvents Security With The Wolf: True Alpha Starring Christian Slater

Today, HP Inc. released HP Studios short film The Wolf: True Alpha. Now in its third season, The Wolf highlights how corporate networks can be hacked and what companies must do to protect themselves.

The Wolf series is part of HP’s global initiative to elevate awareness of the security risks facing businesses and consumers. Only HP offers printers with built-in malware protections plus industry-leading software and services to deploy the industry’s strongest print security including:

  • Run-time intrusion detection. Detects and stops attacks while the device is running and forces a reboot to repair the system.
  • HP Sure Start. In a reboot, HP Secure Start detects and prevents the execution of malicious code and self-heals the BIOS.
  • HP JetAdvantage Security Manager. HP JetAdvantage Security Manager checks and fixes device security settings in a reboot.

The Wolf: True Alpha is directed by Lance Acord (Lost in Translation, Robot & Frank), and stars Christian Slater (Mr. Robot, King Cobra), Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul), and newcomer Betty Adewole (Wonder Woman).

“Hacking is a serious and growing problem for businesses and consumers. When HP asked me to partner on this series, I thought it was a great opportunity to help educate the public about how to better protect against cyberattacks.” – Christian Slater, award-winning actor.

You can view the short film, “The Wolf: True Alpha” as well as the full web series at www.hp.com/TheWolf.


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