sponsored by Websense, Inc.
Posted:  29 Jul 2009
Published:  29 Jul 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  5  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

The conjunction of technologies and the monetizing of hacking have resulted in a web environment where no websites, legitimate or not can be trusted. On top of this, security pros are also tasked with dealing with "enterprise 2.0" - the struggle between the benefits of Web 2.0 and the security risks, as well as the obsolescence of traditional security technologies.


Read this presentation transcript, taken from the video cast of the same name, featuring Mark Small of Websense Inc., to learn everything you need to know about protecting your organization from today's Web threats, including:

  • A Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 comparison
  • Why traditional security technologies like anti-virus and URL filtering are not effective with Web 2.0
  • Why users often must bypass security policies in an effort to better the business
  • Best practices for creating a new approach to Web security
  • The benefits of subjective policy setting- because integrated policies yield effective control

Cybersecurity | Data Loss Prevention (DLP) | Hackers | Security | Security Best Practices | Security Policies | Virus Protection | Web 2.0 | Web Application Security | Web Content Management

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