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Controlling Social Networking: Acceptable Use and threats

Most employees expect to be able to use social networking at work – in fact, some roles and job functions actually require it – today’s assumption by IT is that it’s no longer appropriate just to block Facebook. However, productivity issues apart, the social networking ecosystem is a prime target for scammers and cybercrime.
A new approach, new methods and new depths and granularity in filtering and blocking technology are needed to implement a policy that can protect your business and your employees. This webinar outlines the issues and the required capabilities.
Recorded Jun 21 2011 48 mins
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Meet the challenge of securing and accelerating Web, video and apps
As the demand for greater application mobility and security grows in the distributed enterprise, new strategies are required to secure and optimize web content, video and mission-critical applications. This educational webinar series focuses on Web Security and Wan Optimization topics related to mitigating evolving web security threats, managing network contention, assuring application performance and containing cost and complexity.

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