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[January 31, 2013]
ThreatSTOP To Host Second Installment of Four-Part Cyber Security Series, "The Art of Cyber Security: Sun Tzu's lessons for preemptive cyber security in 2013"
Carlsbad, CA, Jan 31, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- ThreatSTOP, Inc., a SaaS leader in proactive network defense built on a predictive learning platform, today announced that on February 13th, the company will be hosting the second installment of its four part webinar series entitled:"The Art of Cyber Security: Sun Tzu's lessons for preemptive cyber security in 2013: know yourself, know your ground, know your enemy." ThreatSTOP's "The Art of Cyber Security Series" gives participants the tools to develop a sound preemptive response to meet the ever-growing cyber security threats. This four-part online seminar series highlights the evolution of cyber crime over the past year, the three key cyber security threats for 2013, and the framework for developing a proactive plan to mitigate these threats.
This second installment, Part 2: Know your Enemy: Cyber Diversion, will be available live via webinar at their referenced start times, taking place February 12th, 2013.
About ThreatSTOP ThreatSTOP is a real-time IP Reputation Service that automatically delivers a block list against criminal malware (botnets, Trojans, worms etc.) directly to a user's firewalls, so they can enforce it. It is a cloud-based service that protects the user's network against the most serious information security problem today--malware designed to steal valuable data perpetrated by organized criminals. ThreatSTOP enables existing hardware and network infrastructure like Juniper JunOS MX/SRX systems to enforce user defined malware blocking policy without requiring the expense, complexity and time of a forklift upgrade of new equipment. It can be deployed within the hour with simple rule-settings or a script on the user's firewall. Founded in 2009, ThreatSTOP is headquartered in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit
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