Top Security Threats and Trends: 2011 Cyber Risk Report

Jason Jones, Advanced Security Intelligence, HP DVLabs & Adam Hils, Sr. Product Manager, HP Fortify
Enterprise organizations have been under security attacks for the past decade, but security events in 2011 have created a ripple effect that will be felt for years to come and will actually start to shift the way we view security. This webcast will highlight the latest threat trends and risks from the new 2011 Cyber Risk Report from HP Enterprise Security and will cover:

• Why a decline in vulnerabilities disclosed may lead to a false sense of security
• How changing attack motivations are increasing security risks
• What the biggest risks to the enterprise were in 2011
May 2 2012
47 mins
Top Security Threats and Trends: 2011 Cyber Risk Report
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