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Tune into Secunia’s review of MS Patch Tuesday every 2nd Wednesday of the month

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8:56 CET on the 20th January 2011
Entry written by Stefan Frei.

Due to the importance of Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, we are pleased to say that we will now be delivering a live monthly Secunia webinar dedicated to this specific topic.

You can view the first Secunia-MS Patch Tuesday webinar here.

You can also watch it on You Tube here.

A new webinar will be hosted by Secunia at 16:00 CET on the Wednesday immediately following Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday round-up, and will then be uploaded to the Secunia website. Each webinar will dig deeper into some of the main issues flagged by Microsoft and elaborate on them further, applying Secunia’s research as a source. We will also present a compact overview analysis, including a summary of bulletins, quick facts, key issues, prioritisation, and background information.

We hope that you will find these webinars an easy and useful way to keep updated with the latest patch news.

Tune into the next webinar – Wednesday 9th February.

Stay Secure,

Stefan Frei
Research Analyst Director
Secunia

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