Sophos webinar - Connecting endpoint and network for better protection

Written on 9 December 2015 in Sponsored Article
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Unifying ICT security contracts can help local authorities achieve big savings - and improve confidence in their protection - hear Sophos experts discuss during a dedicated webinar.

Tradition in some industries may be acceptable. In security, however, tradition can lead to weaknesses that can be exploited by cyber criminals. Innovation is the key – this is certainly the route taken by the attackers.

However, UK companies are still protecting themselves with firewalls, endpoint antivirus products, email and web filters that aren’t even slightly integrated, and haven’t evolved quickly enough for today’s Cyber-attacks.

Listen to Sophos security experts Stephen Bourne and John Umney present a white boarding webcast session to learn about how connecting your Endpoint and Network can provide better protection for your organisation. Stephen and John present a real life consolidation case study scenario and answer questions on the approach.

View the Sophos webcast in full

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