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Episode 1 In a short series of webcasts The Register's expert panel will be tackling the current state of the security market.

Over the course of the next few weeks the experts will be looking into a variety of topics, from treating the main risks to the importance of an evolving security solution, and what 2009 has in store.

Starting today, Episode 1 asks what are the most important questions to be treated by anyone considering IT security, and how to go about approaching it. The panel will also look into how IT security can be treated as a business issue, and offer advice on the potential quick wins to be had, all in just 20 minutes.

Providing you with their expertise throughout are Jon Clay, Core Technology Marketing Manager from Trend Micro and Tony Lock, Programme Director at Freeform Dynamics.

This webcast is absolutely free and no registration is required, simply head on over here and press play. ®

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