VB 'Securing Your Organization in the Age of Cybercrime' Seminar

VB 'securing your organization in the age of cybercrime' seminar 25 November 2010, London, UK

The first VB 'Securing Your Organization in the Age of Cybercrime' Seminar took place on Thursday 25 November 2010 in London, giving IT professionals an opportunity to learn from and interact with security experts at the top of their field and take away invaluable advice and information on the latest threats, strategies and solutions for protecting their organizations.


VB 'securing your organization in the age of cybercrime' seminar 25 November 2010, London, UK

View the full seminar programme here.

Delegates can access slides from the event here.

Speakers at the event included:

  • Bryan Littlefair, Vodafone Group
  • Bob Burls, Police Central e-Crime Unit
  • Juraj Malcho, ESET
  • David Evans, Information Commissioner's Office
  • Graham Cluley, Sophos
  • Alex Shipp
  • Richard Martin, UK Payments Administration
  • Andrew Lee, K7 Computing
  • Martin Overton, IBM
For full details including abstracts of each presentation, click here.


The VB Seminar was sponsored by:

ESET
"ESET is a global provider of industry-leading security solutions for the consumer and businesss segment. Headquartered in Bratislava, Slovakia and with branch offices in San Diego, USA and Prague, Czech Republic, ESET offers a broad array of security solutions from workstations to servers, to mobile devices.
"The industry leader in proactive detection, ESET holds the world record for the number of Virus Bulletin 'VB100 Awards' from this independent testing organization, never to have missed a single 'In-the-Wild' malware since the inception of testing in 1998.
"ESET NOD32 Antivirus built with ThreatSense proactive detection technology effectively disables all forms of malicious code, including viruses, Trojans, worms, adware, spyware, phishing, rootkits and other Internet threats, with minimal impact on a computer's resources.
"ESET Smart Security is a tightly integrated security solution with antispyware, antispam and smart firewall, effectively keeping out malware by closing all known attack vectors and filtering unwanted email traffic.
"ESET Server Security solutions protect companies' mail, file, or gateway hubs across a range of platforms, eliminating appealing attack surface for malware, phishing scams and spam. ESET server solutions block all types of email-borne malware and spam with industry-leading precision, low system footprint and high scanning speed making up a crucial component of the company-wide security posture.
"ESET Mobile Security ensures that Smartphones and pocket PCs are protected against cyber attacks with proactive, comprehensive protection against both known and unknown threats. Its low CPU usage and memory requirements and compact updates minimize data bandwidth, ensuring security on the go without sacrificing performance."

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