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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    How Browser Exploits Lead to Web 2.0 Hacking

    Gone are the days when URL Filtering took care of all the issues that arise from a company's Internet bound traffic. With Web 2.0, dynamic and user-generated content is becoming the norm and hackers are using browser exploits to create backdoors. Every employee launching an Internet browser can open a...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Newer Threats and Newer Defenses Against Web 2.0

    URL filtering has become a standard control to enforce policy for web traffic. However, with Web 2.0, where dynamic and user generated content becomes the norm, static URL databases are of limited effectiveness. The attendee of this webcast will learn how to tackle Web 2.0 challenges in today's tough economic...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Risks and Defenses Against Web 2.0 Threats

    In today's tough economic environment, IT professionals are asked to do more with less. While Web 2.0 threats and browser exploits are growing, one has little or no Capital EXpenditure (CapEX) to acquire and deploy new security appliances and very tight Operating EXpenditure (OpEX) to manage them. IT management is...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    The Attacker Within: How Hackers Are Targeting Enterprises From the Inside-Out

    URL filtering has become a standard control within most enterprises to enforce policy for Internet bound traffic. However, with Web 2.0, as dynamic and user generated content becomes the norm, static URL databases are of limited effectiveness. The presenter explains how hackers are targeting enterprise inside-out.

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Web 2.0 Browser Exploits: What Hackers Know That You Don't

    Gone are the days when a simple URL Filtering solution took care of all the issues that arise from a company's Internet bound traffic. Every employee launching an Internet browser can open a gate into the enterprise network. These backdoors create a daunting list of new challenges such as Botnets/...

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Defending Against Web 2.0 and Browser Hacks & Attacks: Can SaaS Web Security Deliver Higher Protection & Lower Cost?

    The attendee of this webcast will learn about getting comprehensive Web 2.0 security within the URL filtering or proxy appliance budget.

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    How Browser Exploits Lead to Web 2.0 Hacking

    Gone are the days when URL Filtering took care of all the issues that arise from a company's Internet bound traffic. With Web 2.0, dynamic and user-generated content is becoming the norm and hackers are using browser exploits to create backdoors. Every employee launching an Internet browser can open a...

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Newer Threats and Newer Defenses Against Web 2.0

    URL filtering has become a standard control to enforce policy for web traffic. However, with Web 2.0, where dynamic and user generated content becomes the norm, static URL databases are of limited effectiveness. The attendee of this webcast will learn how to tackle Web 2.0 challenges in today's tough economic...

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Risks and Defenses Against Web 2.0 Threats

    In today's tough economic environment, IT professionals are asked to do more with less. While Web 2.0 threats and browser exploits are growing, one has little or no Capital EXpenditure (CapEX) to acquire and deploy new security appliances and very tight Operating EXpenditure (OpEX) to manage them. IT management is...

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    The Attacker Within: How Hackers Are Targeting Enterprises From the Inside-Out

    URL filtering has become a standard control within most enterprises to enforce policy for Internet bound traffic. However, with Web 2.0, as dynamic and user generated content becomes the norm, static URL databases are of limited effectiveness. The presenter explains how hackers are targeting enterprise inside-out.

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Web 2.0 Browser Exploits: What Hackers Know That You Don't

    Gone are the days when a simple URL Filtering solution took care of all the issues that arise from a company's Internet bound traffic. Every employee launching an Internet browser can open a gate into the enterprise network. These backdoors create a daunting list of new challenges such as Botnets/...

    Provided By Zscaler

  • Webcasts // Jan 2009

    Defending Against Web 2.0 and Browser Hacks & Attacks: Can SaaS Web Security Deliver Higher Protection & Lower Cost?

    The attendee of this webcast will learn about getting comprehensive Web 2.0 security within the URL filtering or proxy appliance budget.

    Provided By Zscaler