Antimalware Deployments: Architecting for Effectiveness

Antimalware Deployments: Architecting for Effectiveness

Date: Nov 01, 2011

With enterprises operating not only within the network perimeter, but on mobile devices and in the cloud, traditional antimalware deployments aren’t good enough anymore. You need to consider your company’s needs by user and location and protect assets accordingly. In this expert webcast by Diana Kelley, you’ll learn how to effectively architect antimalware solutions. You’ll learn what your architectural options are for mobile devices, the perimeter and cloud and what the pros and cons are for each layer of your antimalware architecture.

     

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