14:44 CET on the 21st March 2011 Entry written by Secunia.
This year’s e-Crime Congress in London (15th – 16th March) was another excellent, successful event for Secunia. We are already looking forward to the next one.
Our presence at eCrime generated a great buzz which resulted in a large volume of traffic to the Secunia booth to see our live demos of the Secunia VIM and the Secunia CSI. This in turn generated a significant amount of prospects interested in our award-winning solutions. The mix of participants was extremely focused on our area of expertise: Vulnerability Intelligence, Vulnerability Assessment, and Patch Management.
A particular highlight was the presentation “Fixing the Fundamental Failures of End-Point Security” by Stefan Frei, Secunia’s Research Analyst Director, which was exceptionally well-received and attended by 350 people – the maximum capacity for the venue’s auditorium. The presentation created a talking point amongst attendees; resulting in valuable, positive feedback and lots of interesting questions.
The key learning points of the presentation include:
In case you could not make e-Crime this year, we hope that this round-up will provide you with a valuable ‘snapshot’ of the event. If you have any questions about our solutions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be delighted to hear from you.
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