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Regcast The Register's latest live interactive webcast examines security from the perspective of middle-sized companies. It kicks off at 3pm GMT on 4 March.

We are constantly told of security threats to business. Most times such reminders are pitched at the security policies, practices and tools for larger enterprises, or point-products aimed at solving individual problems for specific users. Medium-sized companies can find themselves trying to retrofit the technology to the organisation when figuring out the appropriate solutions.

This Regcast considers the business drivers and constraints of medium-sized organisations, before examining how the effect of latest IT security techniques on the current threat landscape. Our panel will put its expertise to the test by delivering easy to digest advice, solutions and resources for attendees.

Attendees of the live show can fire their questions and debate the findings with our assembled panel of experts. Joining The Register's Tim Phillips are Jon Collins from Freeform Dynamics and Microsoft’s Gareth Hall.

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