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Episode 5 In part five of our Regcast series assessing the state of the IT Security market, the panel tackle what is required in the Security expert’s armoury.

Panel members Jon Collins from Freeform Dynamics and Jon Clay of Trend Micro provide their opinion and advice throughout. Understanding that it is difficult to have all the key security skills in house, the panel look at the considerations when buying in skills, the expectations of today’s security experts and the tools required to help customers and clients.

The program lasts around 20 minutes and is accompanied by a slide deck in the player. It streams straight to your desktop.

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Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4

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