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Minimize the Impact of Patch Tuesday

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Are you using the proper patches to management security threats within your organization? Attend this monthly webcast to learn about Microsoft Patches and which are the most relevant to protecting your network environment.

Many experts suggest getting critical patches tested and deployed quickly is essential for avoiding exploitation by intruders. But which patches are the most crucial and relevant to your organization?

Register for this webcast held monthly on the Wednesday after Patch Tuesday starting at 11:00am, CT. Get information on the latest Microsoft Patches and how they could affect you and your network environment.

Speaker

Eric Schultze Chief Security Architect Eric Schultze manages Shavlik's product vision and implementation. Schultze most recently served as a program manager for the Microsoft Security Response Center and a senior technologist in the Trustworthy Computing team at Microsoft Corporation. In those roles he managed the Microsoft security patch and bulletin release process and developed security solutions for Microsoft products including patch management and deployment solutions. Before joining Microsoft, Schultze co-founded Foundstone, Inc., where he directed their "Ultimate Hacking: Hands On" training program. His experiences in assessing, penetrating, and securing Microsoft technologies formed the basis of Foundstone's audit and assessment methodologies for Windows operating systems. Prior to starting Foundstone, Schultze was a senior manager in Ernst & Young's national Attack & Penetration group, where he was widely recognized as the firm's expert on Microsoft security. Eric has Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Amherst College.
Vendor:
Shavlik Technologies
Premiered:
Nov 14, 2007, 12:00 EST (17:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English

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