ICT KTN Webinar Series: Cloud Based Security

Ian Osborne
Cloud Based Security: We have all become familiar with the process of installing anti-virus and other internet monitoring tools on our pc’s and then maintaining them on a regular, if sporadic, basis to keep up with the wave of spam, viruses, and other malware infecting our systems. Have you ever wondered whether there was another way? Perhaps using the modern techniques of Cloud computing to fight bot-net fire with fire? Perhaps there is. Ian Moyse will present the thought process and implementation strategy behind Webroot. A cloud based security service. This is an event in our Getting into the Cloud Series of events offered by the ICT KTN. It’s relevant to all Enterprises whether in the private or public sector. All delegates will gain access to the materials presented via registration on the ICT KTN website and the event will offer interaction between the speaker and Ian Osborne, the ICT KTN Host and Facilitator.
May 26 2011
55 mins
ICT KTN Webinar Series: Cloud Based Security
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