Webcast: How attackers identify and exploit vulnerabilities

If you want to learn how to stop software and network attacks, this webcast is for you.

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Every attack on an enterprise begins with a single vulnerability - usually a hole in an application, an open port on a network, or a misconfigured device.

But how do the bad guys find these vulnerabilities? What methods do they use to seek out potential entry points, and how do they use those flaws to crack your enterprise data?

In this fascinating webcast, top security experts look at the latest trends and techniques in vulnerability detection and offer a detailed look at the latest methods for exploiting vulnerabilities in enterprise applications.

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2013Time: 8:00 AM PT / 11:00 AM ETDuration: 60 minutes

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