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What Keeps you up at Night as a Small or Medium Business IT manager?

David Ditzenberger – Vice President, Savitz, Jeff Savitz – Founder and CEO, Savitz, and Don Lewis, Product Marketing, ESET
What areas of security risks concern you the most? What possible damages from a cybercrime attack keep you up at night? What are the most important aspects of endpoint security?

Learn what concerns IT managers have when it comes to the security of your business and how to get a peace of mind by getting the right security solution for you.

Join Savitz Research Insights Team as they present their findings on the latest cybersecurity issues facing the SMB IT Manager.
Jul 11 2012
44 mins
What Keeps you up at Night as a Small or Medium Business IT manager?
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