2012 Threat Update

Patrik Runald, Websense Sr. Manager of Security and Research Engineering
2011 was arguably the most surprising year in IT security history, with groundbreaking breaches at many of the world's top organizations. In this webinar we will analyze the threats and trends of 2011 while offering guidance for dealing with the evolving security landscape of the future. Key topics will include:
Significant discoveries and events from 2011 and lessons to take away
Detailed threat analysis by threat type, delivery, region, and more
Statistical roll-up of top spam topics by category and email type
Data theft and loss events and how containment defenses continue to evolve

Websense Threat Report findings are fueled by the Websense Advance Classification Engine (ACE) and the Websense ThreatSeeker™ Network, one of the world's largest security intelligence networks with over 850 million end users providing 3-5 billion requests per day for security, data and content analysis.
Feb 27 2012
48 mins
2012 Threat Update
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    2011 was arguably the most surprising year in IT security history, with groundbreaking breaches at many of the world's top organizations. In this webinar we will analyze the threats and trends of 2011 while offering guidance for dealing with the evolving security landscape of the future. Key topics will include:
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    Websense Threat Report findings are fueled by the Websense Advance Classification Engine (ACE) and the Websense ThreatSeeker™ Network, one of the world's largest security intelligence networks with over 850 million end users providing 3-5 billion requests per day for security, data and content analysis.
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