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Definitive Guide to Next- Generation Threat Protection

Please register for your own copy of the “Definitive Guide to Next- Generation Threat Protection.”

Learn how to defend against today’s new breed of cyber attacks.

Next Generation Threat Protection

Events, News
Bring Your Own Device – March 19th, 2013

In the time it takes to have a nice relaxing lunch with your peers, you’ll learn how to solve your BYOD issues.

Thanks to the rise of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement, employees and guests expect to be able to connect their smartphones, tablets and laptops to your corporate network.

Reserve your seat at the next Lunch and Learn now and find out how ClearPass Access Management enables you to accommodate them without compromising security—or increasing your workload.

This event is free to attend and lunch will be provided.

Event Details:

  • Host: Aruba Networks
  • 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
  • Sullivan’s Steakhouse

Register for this event.

News
Best Practices: 6 Security Services Every Small Business Must Have

http://reports.informationweek.com/abstract/21/9615/Security/best-practices-6-security-services-every-small-business-must-have.html

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CORE Security- Pen Testing Platform Maker Ramps Up Partner Program

http://www.crn.com/news/security/240146547/pen-testing-platform-maker-ramps-up-partner-program.htm

 

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CORE Security press release on MarketWire/The Wall Street Journal

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/core-security-and-infogressive-in-partnership-agreement-adds-depth-to-security-services-offerings-2013-01-14

 

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Infogressive Seeks Inside Sales Position

Summary:

Working in a team environment, the Inside Sales Position is in Lincoln, Nebraska. The individual will be responsible for achieving sales and revenue goals for an assigned territory by developing, building, and strengthening long-term relationships with customers and business partners. [Read the full story]

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SC Magazine names Qualys Best Vulnerability Management Solution

Qualys was named the best Vulnerability Management Solution.

Take a look here to learn more about this great service.

News
Charting the Carnage from eBanking Fraud

What’s interesting that I hadn’t realized before seeing this map is that the victims appear to be heavily clustered in the East Coast and Midwest. I’m not sure if there is a connection, but the thieves perpetrating these attacks typically recruit their money mules almost exclusively from these regions…

Read more about this article here on krebsonsecurity.com.

View the map here on Google Maps.

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