Why Traditional Anti-Virus Protection Is Not Enough

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Macky Cruz - Lead Security Engineer at TrendLabs
Learn the factors as to why traditional Anti-Virus is no longer enough to protect your businesses from the risks posed by complex security threats of today. Macky Cruz, Lead Security Engineer for TrendLabs, outlines how the changes in digital trends and technologies introduce stealthier and multi-platform threats.
• Discover what kinds of security threats plagued SMBs.
• Understand how malware infection and information theft can impact your businesses
• Learn how comprehensive security can protect your businesses from security risks.

Who should attend this webinar: This webinar has been designed to cater to both technical and non-technical viewers. It is especially useful for IT personnel and SMB owners and/or decision makers.
Nov 12 2013
37 mins
Why Traditional Anti-Virus Protection Is Not Enough
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