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The Threat of Malware, Hackers and Hacktivists - Defend Yourself

A majority of data breaches can be traced back to easily avoidable root causes: known vulnerabilities, overly open network access, default and weak passwords, and other configuration mistakes. In this webinar, Wolfgang Kandek, CTO at Qualys and Andrew Wild, CSO at Qualys, will present you with the data and procedures needed to fix the situation and harden your network and workstations to withstand the current deluge of client side attacks.
Recorded Aug 15 2013 48 mins
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Wolfgang Kandek, CTO, Qualys; Andrew Wild, CSO, Qualys
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