Top Five IT Security Webinars of 2012
2012 gave rise to a whole host of new threats for IT security managers. Hackers are no longer just out for notoriety; they’re skilled professionals with deep-pocketed backers. Significant growth in the mobile economy has also lead to greater scrutiny of mobile application security, and the proliferation of mobile devices has forced security professionals to scramble in order to accommodate them in the corporate infrastructure.
These threats won’t be abating in 2013, so it’s important to have a solid knowledge of them. Take a moment to view these webinars, which distinguished themselves as the best of 2012 in terms of views, ratings, and audience engagement.
Decade of Denial — Why DDoS Still Exists and What to Do About It
Jeff Wilson, Infonetics; Dan Holden, Arbor Networks; John Dickson, Denim Group; Matt Wilson, Verisign
Great history and trends and summary statement was excellent!
– Incident Manager
James Lynn, Practice Principle, HP Fortify; and Vince Arneja, VP of Product Management, Arxan Technologies
– Software Engineer
Daniel Ayoub, CISSP, CISA, Manager, Product Marketing, Dell SonicWALL
Great information on a timely topic.
– Information Security Officer
Richard Moulds, VP Product Management and Strategy, Thales e-Security
Jason Woo, Product Marketing Manager, Websense
The presenter gave very clear examples and provided a narrative that was to the point and not overly technical.
– Assistant Director IAD
Thank you for following our content in 2012, and we look forward to hosting more discussions with IT security thought leaders in the new year! Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at @InfoSecWebinars with suggestions for speakers and topics.
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