Osterman Research Webinar on June 30th: How To Quantify the Costs and ROI of Web Security

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This Osterman Research Webinar, sponsored by EdgeWave and McAfee, will focus on how much malware, phishing and hacking cost organizations and the ROI to expect from a good Web security solution. One Webinar registrant will be randomly selected to receive their choice of an Apple iPad2 or an Amazon.com gift certificate.

Malware, phishing and hacking cost organizations millions of dollars annually. While many of these threats can enter an organization through social media and other Web 2.0 applications, threats can be introduced into a corporate network by doing nothing more than allowing users to surf the Web.

Threats from using the Web are well-established, but much less attention has been paid to the costs of various Web security solutions, as well as the return-on-investment (ROI) that organizations can expect to achieve from deploying the right solution.

This Webinar will provide an overview of the threats that all organizations face from legitimate Web sites, malware sites, social media and other Web 2.0 applications. However, this 60-minute Webinar will focus primarily on answering these questions:

  • How much could Web threats cost an organization in losses to their financial accounts, lost intellectual property, lost employee productivity, etc.?
  • How likely is an organization to be impacted by one or more of these threats?
  • What is the cost of these threats to an organization in terms of both hard dollar costs and "soft" costs?
  • What will it cost to protect an organization from becoming a victim?
  • What is the ROI organizations can expect to realize by deploying the right Web security capabilities?

On Thursday, June 30, 2011, join Michael Osterman of Osterman Research and experts from EdgeWave and McAfee who will discuss the current state of Web-based threats, what Web threats really cost, and the ROI that can be achieved from deploying the right Web security solution.


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