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Analyzing Top Malware in 2009 and Predictions for 2010

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It has been a busy year in network security — cybercriminals have been crafty and creative, while security vendors have worked hard to stay a step ahead. 2009 was the year for malware.

Webroot CTO Gerhard Eschelbeck will discuss some of malware’s biggest hitters; from Koobface to Conficker, from Virus Induc to Sninfs, we’ll take a look back at the year’s security trends.

Predictions for 2010 and advice on keeping your corporate network secure will also be discussed.

This webinar will include:  

  • 2009 A Year in Malware: Discussing what they where and what they did
  • Advanced malware techniques
  • Trends to watch for in 2010: Mobile device threats, social engineering and more
  • Interactive Q & A session offering insight into how you can mitigate these risks to your corporate network 

This webinar is for:

  • IT managers wanting to learn more about the top malware trends
  • Security professionals wanting to stay up to date on the risks posed by commonly used internet-based applications

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Gerhard Eschelbeck

Gerhard Eschelbeck CTO, Webroot

    Steve Gold

    Steve Gold, Infosecurity Magazine