WHAT TO EXPECT FROM
OVER THE NEXT 12 MONTHS
A live Osterman Research Webinar
sponsored by GFI
Cybercriminals are becoming more dangerous to organizations and
Malware, targeted attacks,
and theft of classified information pose significant problems for
most organizations in 2012 and beyond. The growing number and
sophistication of threats – as evidenced by recent attacks at RSA,
the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the International Monetary
Fund, to name just a few – means that every organization is at risk
of losing sensitive data and having their financial accounts
One registrant will be randomly
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What are the latest
strategies used by cybercriminals that are expected to continue for
2012 and beyond? How can you discover if your email servers and
networks are at risk? Why should you seriously consider beefing-up
your existing security defenses?
Join Michael Osterman and
Phil Owens from GFI for an informative Webinar on Thursday, August
16th at 1:00pm EDT / 10:00am PDT. You will discover what to expect
from cybercriminals over the next year, and how you can counter
these primary threats.
Osterman Research, Inc.
Sr. Sales Engineer
In this 55-minute
Webinar, you will discover:
Why is cybercrime
becoming more profitable for those that participate?
What are some of
the new threats which we expect to grow over the next year?
What are some best
practices for evaluating if your defenses are prepared for
the changing nature of these new threats?
What are the new
trends in malware and viruses in 2012, and how can your
organization counter these threats?
What should you
look for in a security solution today?
How can you make
the ROI case in your organization for email and web
Attend this Webinar and understand more about the real threats
you face - and what you can do about them!
August 16, 2012
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