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On Demand If you've got security in your remit and an increasingly mobile work force then we could have just the tonic for your day job, a webcast discussing just these challenges.

Our old friend Jon Collins, from Freeform Dynamics, is fronting the affair and he's joined by Ian Moyse from Webroot. The pair of them rattle through some state of the market info - like the fact that four out of five threats nowdays are coming from the web, rather than email, and the shape and scale of these threats.

They have a debate around the quality of tools and services available today and whether they're actually keeping pace with the demands of mobile users and the increasing levels of sophistication being employed by the bad guys. This is followed by an exploration of the new wave of emerging SaaS security solutions and whether these might be more useful for today's deployments.

It all makes for an interesting affair and, for just 30 minutes of your time, promises to educate you in the changing face of web threats. Can you afford to miss it? We thought not, you can watch it right here for free. ®

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