WEBCAST: Are APTs a hacker's latest weapon or just marketing spin?

Listen to this panel of security experts discuss advanced persistent threats and find out whether APTs are merely a smokescreen to conceal a lack of basic security.

It is believed that hackers have raised their game, this year, after several data security breaches made the headlines.  The victims of such attacks speak of advanced persistent threats (APTs) becoming increasingly hard to defend against.

However, some industry experts believe that the term APT is merely as a smokescreen to conceal a lack of basic security and that companies should focus on getting the pure basics right to protect themselves against even the most determined attacker.

Join this security discussion. This webcast features an expert panel including Ron Condon from SearchSecurity.co.UK, Warwick Ashford from ComputerWeekly.com, David Perry from Trend Micro, and Vladimir Jirasek from WorldPay.

WHEN: Wednesday, 7 December, 2011 (All webcasts will be immediately recorded and viewable on demand).

WHERE: Sign up here to attend the live interactive webcast.

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This was last published in November 2011

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