Panda Security has had a positive response to the announcement that it is hosting a specialist Security Seminar on the 25th January. Limited free places are still available for the one-day event, which will be held at the London Stock Exchange.
Aimed at Senior IT professionals, Risk Managers and eCommerce Managers, the Seminar will deliver a detailed assessment of the evolving threat landscape and the impact of malware on business today. The event will be highly appropriate to organisations that rely at any level on online monetary transactions, Internet banking or other online communication where private and confidential data is transferred.
Analysis will be provided by Andrew Jaquith at The Yankee Group on the ‘malware paradox: perception vs. reality’. The seminar will also hear commentary from Panda’s Senior Research Advisor, Pedro Bustamente on how solutions are being created to address the key issues. Subjects for discussion will include what motivates cyber criminals; the true extent of the silent malware epidemic; the techniques used in cyber crime; and details of infection ratios in protected systems.
Dominic Hoskins, Country Manager at Panda UK, said: “In the last month two major security alerts have dominated national and international headlines, putting computer security at the very top of the agenda. Delegates to the Panda Security Seminar can expect to come away with a very clear understanding of the current situation relating to Internet threats, and more importantly, the means with which to prevent and combat these ever increasing threats to business.”
Panda Security is one of the world's leading IT security providers, with millions of clients across more than 200 countries and products available in 23 languages.
Its mission is to develop and provide global solutions to keep clients' IT resources free from damage inflicted by viruses and other computer threats, at the lowest possible total cost of ownership.
Panda Security proposes a new security model, designed to offer a robust solution to the latest cyber-crime techniques. This is manifest in the performance of the company's technology and products, with detection ratios well above average market standards and more importantly, providing greater security for its clients.