Sophos Security Threat Report 2011 - Web seminar now online

Filed Under: Apple, Data loss, Law & order, Malware, Mobile, Social networks, Spam, Vulnerability

Last month Sophos published its annual threat report, looking back over the biggest security stories of 2010 and ahead to some of the challenges companies may face in protecting their systems in the year ahead.

I was lucky enough to do an hour long web seminar with the folks from Dark Reading about the threat report, and answer some questions from listeners. That talk is now available online if you want to check it out.

Dark Reading web seminar

Sophos Security Threat Report 2011Also, be sure to download your own free copy of the Sophos Security Threat Report 2011 to learn much more.

Inside you'll find a wide variety of threats discussed including:

  • Social networking threats
  • Fake anti-virus
  • Stuxnet
  • SEO poisoning
  • Data loss and encryption
  • Web threats
  • Email threats
  • Spam
  • Malware trends
  • Windows 7
  • Apple Macs
  • Mobile devices and smartphones
  • Cybercrime
  • Hacktivism

Download the Sophos Security Threat Report 2011

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3 Responses to Sophos Security Threat Report 2011 - Web seminar now online

  1. Thu Win · 1265 days ago

    What's with the kitty?

  2. anon · 1262 days ago

    why do i have to give so much information just to download it? im really interested, but i don't think you have to know my name and stuff.
    btw cats cute

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Graham Cluley runs his own award-winning computer security blog, and is a veteran of the anti-virus industry having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s. Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and gives computer security presentations. Send Graham an email, subscribe to his updates on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and App.net, and circle him on Google Plus for regular updates.