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Our head of malware research, Eric Howes, will be in Houston at the Microsoft offices doing a presentation on spyware.  From our propoganda:

Spyware is a serious threat to your enterprise network, and the threat continues to grow. Awareness campaigns and user education are useful, but they’re not enough. Legislation may deter some “legit” adware distributors, but many criminal spyware writers will continue to create and release malware that threatens the stability, security, and performance of your network. Not to mention your users’ and organization’s confidential data. In many cases spyware can also compromise federally mandated security compliance.

Register for Sunbelt Software’s free seminar “Winning the War on the Spyware Battlefield” and learn how to better protect your organization from spyware on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 in Houston, TX.

This seminar will look at the current state of the spyware problem, addressing its effects on privacy, financial security, corporate responsibilities and productivity, as well as outline how CounterSpy Enterprise can help better protect your organization from spyware threats.

Join renowned spyware researcher and Sunbelt’s Director of Malware Research, Eric Howes, for an engaging discussion on the scope of the spyware problem. Widely regarded as one of the foremost experts on spyware and its malicious mechanisms, Howes has served as a panelist at the CNET Antispyware Workshop and is an active and well-known participant in many of the security forums dedicated to spyware research. The seminar will also include a live demonstration on how CounterSpy Enterprise can help you fight the battle against spyware.

Why should you attend?

Learn how spyware affects business productivity
Understand the impact of spyware on network stability, security, and performance
See how spyware can cause violations of federal regulations
Discover how to better protect your network and users from spyware
See CounterSpy Enterprise in action
And more

Click here to register.

Alex Eckelberry