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    A Dark Reading Webcast:

    Information Security in Transition: Top Things to Consider in 2013

    Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
    Duration:
    60 minutes

    In 2012 there will be $50-$60 billion spent on information security technology by large and small organizations. But many organizations will admit that even with this type of investment, they remain vulnerable to an attack and/or a security breach.

    Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) feel they are in a no-win situation; threats are becoming more sophisticated, their organizations' network is becoming ever more complicated and far reaching with the added security burdens of cloud computing, mobile computing and social media and there never seems to be enough resources to go around.

    In this webcast, ESG's Senior Principal Analyst Jon Oltsik and Michael Applebaum, Program Manager for Product and Segment Marketing, IBM Security Systems, will delve into the ever-developing threat landscape and identify what to watch out for, including Advanced Persistent Threats, and analyze how security models must evolve within organizations to ensure that risk to the business is kept at a minimum.

    What you will learn in this webcast:

    • Key issues CISO's will face in 2013
    • Deep-dive into the development of Advanced Persistent Threats attacks on organizations
    • Recommendations on how to improve your organizations' information security model
    • How Security Intelligence delivers actionable insight across an organizations' evolving network

     
     

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