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Date: Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Time: 2:00 p.m ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

Face it, your users want to use any application while at work, yet they may not be aware of the associated business and security risks. Filesharing, remote access, video and social networking applications are all rampant on most every network we analyze. Commonly found among those applications are very sophisticated threats hiding in plain sight, acting like normal traffic, using SSL, FTP, and RDP to steal data.

Using data collected from more than 3,000 network assessments, Palo Alto Networks will discuss the most common applications and threats found on today's networks in this live webcast with Q&A. Topics include:

·       The use of SSL and port hopping as features in commonly used applications.

·       How safe are your business applications and associated high-value assets from todays' cybercriminals?

·       Which applications are the most commonly used to mask malware and its associated traffic?

Speaker:
-Matt Keil, director of product marketing, Palo Alto Networks

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