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Topic: New Research Report Finds Browser
Malware Becoming Unstoppable
Get the Results of the Ponemon Institute's
Survey of IT Security Practitioners
Browser-borne malware is arguably the #1 vector for cyber attacks on businesses today. And each year, companies spend millions of dollars on network security tools and technologies designed to identify and block these attacks. But how effective are these tools?
A sample of the findings discussed during the webcast include:
  • Whether long-trusted detection technologies are becoming increasingly ineffective at stopping browser-borne malware

  • What is needed for a more effective solution to stop browser-borne malware

  • The percentage of organizations that are certain or believe that their organization has been infected by browser-borne malware without detection
The report, just published by Ponemon Institute, provides insights into the effectiveness of security strategies, architectures, and investments at hundreds of US organizations.
A complimentary copy of the full research report will be provided to the first 100 webcast registrants. So please don’t delay, register now!
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Webcast Details
Date & Time:
February 25, 2015
10:00 A.M. Pacific
1:00 P.M. Eastern
1 Hour
Larry Ponemon, Ph.D.
Chairman & Founder
Ponemon Institute
Franklyn Jones
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