Web 2.0 Security in the Spotlight
Source: Reed Elsevier
The Internet has changed. It's no longer just about Web browsing. It's dominated by Web 2.0 applications such as instant messaging, social networking, P2P, voice and video. Standalone URL filtering solutions are no longer sufficient to control these applications and secure the network. One needs a secure Web gateway that provides not only URL filtering, but also granular application control and malware prevention. Left uncontrolled, Web browsing and Web 2.0 applications create security and compliance vulnerabilities for the organization such as: Malware infection (viruses, worms, spyware, rootkits, and more) and SpIM (Spam over IM) which can cause a major drain on productivity and resources. The presenter of this webcast will help to understand the multi-vectored security threats that Web 2.0 technology poses to the business.