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E is for Endpoint: 6 Security Strategies for Highly Effective IT Pros

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Richard Steinnon-Chief Research Analyst at IT-Harvest, Paul Henry-Security & Forensics Analyst and Paul Zimski-VP Lumension
We all like the idea of a silver bullet—a single, simple solution to a complex problem. But there’s no silver bullet when it comes to information security. Though some IT professionals have clung to the vain hope that antivirus (AV) alone would do the trick, others have come around to the need for a layered, defense-in-depth approach to endpoint security. But today’s endpoints demand even more. Endpoint security now requires a new way of thinking that goes beyond just battling threats to actually enabling operational improvement.

Join this webcast, led by expert IT security panelists as you learn:
•The most common attack vectors in today’s IT environment
•Six steps to help you think different about endpoint security
•Secrets to an effective defense-in-depth approach
Feb 22 2012
59 mins
E is for Endpoint: 6 Security Strategies for Highly Effective IT Pros
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  • Presented by: Richard Steinnon-Chief Research Analyst at IT-Harvest, Paul Henry-Security & Forensics Analyst and Paul Zimski-VP Lumension
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