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In the IT industry we are facing many security challenges including Hackers, Identity theft, data lost, Malware, etc. Windows 8 is the latest version of windows operating system that comes with new features that protects you against threats and improve your security across organization. Come and join us for very exciting event about Windows 8 Security for IT Professionals.
Date: 27 March 2013 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm (Registration start at 9.30am)
Venue: Microsoft Malaysia Auditorium, Level 26, Petronas Tower 3, KLCC
Why you should attend?
- Learn how Windows 8 could protect you against threats and help you to improve security in your organizations
- Meet with the Microsoft Security Experts to gain more insight on how to prepare for battle against Virus, Worm, Trojan, Spyware, Adware, Rootkit, Bootkit, Hackers, Phishers, Identity Thefts, etc
|10.00am||Mobility Is Great, Says The Guy Who Just Snatched Your Laptop
This is the age of mobility, not just phones and gadgets, laptops and tablets as well. Data will undeniably follow these devices wherever they go, where ever you go. But does security increasingly becoming the reason why people keep mobility just for play? Or are people confidently ready for mobility? How does Windows 8 empower mobility through security?
by Sanjay Willie, MVP Enterprise Security
|11.00am||Refreshment & networking session|
|11.15am||Windows 8 for IT Professionals
Improve security across your organization using Windows 8 and discuss about new security features in Windows 8 and the way they help to improve infrastructure security. This session highlights, Secure Boot, Measure Boot, PowerShell, Security Compliance Manager, etc. with several cool demos.
by Reza Ameri, Founder & Group Leader, Computer Security Force (Microsoft Community)
* The agenda is subject to change without any prior notification.
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