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Security for virtualized datacentres

Regcast Be it Botnets or targeted attacks, increasingly sophisticated threats to your organisation are lurking just around the corner. Stay bang up to date on the latest techniques and how to best combat them by tuning into The Register’s Understanding The Threat Webcast.

This 35 minute audio webcast with accompanying slide deck features Senior Analyst at MessageLabs Paul Wood and Jon Collins of Freeform Dynamics bringing their industry knowledge and vast experience to the mic. Recorded exclusively for The Register the entire conversation is now available for you to download and digest in your own time.

Together Paul and Jon examine some of the current threats we all face, and the avenues we should consider to help achieve greater levels of protection. They cover a variety of talking points including: the power of botnets; social networking threats; and getting the internal awareness and technology balance just right.

Catch up on the conversation here. As always Feedback via the tab on the media player is welcome.

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