Available on demand: SC Magazine eSymposium on New Vulnerabilities

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Most successful information thefts are happening because of vulnerabilities in corporate IT infrastructures. Though plugging these holes can be one of the most complex activities for any security team, a plan that addresses this necessary remediation process is critical. 

In SC Magazine's New Vulnerabilities eSymposium, you'll find both educational sessions and opportunities to meet with leading providers in our virtual expo hall to help you address some of the newest vulnerabilities hitting your applications, systems and software.

Various experts will be speaking about the persistent and often complicated challenge of dealing with the unending line of vulnerabilities, zeroing in on some of the more worrisome vulnerabilities that are coming to light and providing some insight on the best action plan to implement for efficient and effective remediation of these holes.

To attend for free, please click here.
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