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Reducing the cost and complexity of web vulnerability management

Live event Our very own Tim Phillips is dragging some clever sorts from the industry and beyond into a studio to talk about building private clouds. They’re remit is ‘be helpful’ and to give us a, ‘check list for building a private cloud.’ We’re hoping by the time they're finished you'll have something of a weighty steer on what it takes to do a private cloud project.

Joining Tim is Andy Buss from Freeform Dynamics and Patrick Ancipink from CA. They’re coming pre-loaded with their own ideas, plus the results of some research we’ve done with you – so you should get nicely rounded view of this given the breadth and depth of contributions to the cause.

It all takes place live on your computer on February 28th at 16:30 GMT/08:30 PST. It'll last about an hour and it's live so you can chip in with ideas, or get any questions you have answered. Interested? You can register and read more about it here.

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