Sophos Anti-Virus expert to lead Jupiter Research Breakfastforum Network Security panel

November 29, 2002 Sophos Press Release

Paul Ducklin

Paul Ducklin, head of global support at Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, will join a panel of industry experts at Jupiter Research Australia's December Breakfastforum to discuss network security and issues such as current threats to corporate networks and the emerging duty of care obligations for executive management.

The Network Security Forum, a must for any corporate manager, is sponsored jointly by Sophos and ISP Nicholls-Price and will be held on Friday December 6th 2002 at 7.30-9.00am at Café Sydney, Circular Quay.

Ducklin, a world renowned virus expert, will be joined on the panel by David Yuile, CEO of 90East; Grant Bayley, 2600 Australia and Principal of Wiretapped Consulting; Matt Barrie, CTO and Founder of Sensory Networks.

The breakfast forum is hosted by Michael Walsh, Managing Director of Jupiter Research Australia, which also operates the australia.internet.com media network. The Breakfast forms part of a long running series of monthly breakfast forums held in Sydney and Melbourne to discuss prominent technology issues.

Each forum attracts more than 250 corporate managers from technology, financial, new economy start-ups and professional services industry sectors.

Sophos is a specialist developer of corporate anti-virus software. Computer virus expert, Ducklin relocated from UK headquarters in 2001 to oversee Sophos's Australian high security virus research laboratory.

About Jupiter Research Australia

Jupiter Research Australia helps companies develop, extend and integrate business strategies across online and emerging channels. Backed by proprietary data, Jupiter's industry-specific analysis, competitive insight and strategic advice give businesses the tools they need to exploit new technologies and business processes. In addition to research services, Jupiter holds regular monthly Breakfastforums in Sydney, quarterly industry conferences, and operates the long running Australian technology news network. Jupiter Research Australia is a wholly owned division of Jupitermedia Corporation (NASD:JUPM).