"Security Fail Monthly"

Larry Pesce & Darren Wigley from CyberSecurityWorld.com
CyberSecurityWorld.com presents:
"Security Fail Monthly" webcast sponsored by Q1Labs, an IBM company.

This lively session will take a practical approach to the examination of
some of the recent password breaches, examine password storage methods and their failures, how we can analyze the breaches, resources fortesting our password strength and other folly.
Jun 27 2012
56 mins
"Security Fail Monthly"
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