Security experts discuss latest security threats at RSA Conference 2007

Sophos Press Release

Sophos, PayPal and Sun to talk security via boothcast series

Paul Ducklin
Sophos's Paul Ducklin is amongst the experts speaking at the RSA Conference.

Sophos, a world leader in IT security and control, today announced that there will be a series of daily boothcasts, a forum to discuss security issues, throughout RSA 2007 in San Francisco starting Monday, February 5th through Thursday afternoon on February 8th.

Sophos experts will cover topics ranging from emerging web-based threats to the buzz of the day and each boothcast will occur at the top of each hour during the show.

Sophos participants and topics include:

Gurusamy Sarathy, Chief Technologist, Enterprise Messaging

  • Web-based Threats: an Emerging Problem
  • Fighting Image Spam

Mark Harris, Global Director, SophosLabs™

  • The Changing Face of Threats 2007: Revealing the Truth

Richard Jacobs, Chief Technology Officer

  • Lockdown: Who's Controlling Your Network?
  • Is Microsoft Secure?

Scott Lewis, Product Manager

  • Network Access Control: Who, What, When, Where & Why?

Paul Ducklin, Head of Technology

  • RSA Buzz of the Day

Additionally, Michael Barrett, Chief Information Security Officer, PayPal, Mike Vergara, Director of Account Protections, PayPal and J. Irving, Security Engineer, Sun Microsystems have been invited to participate in the security forum throughout the show.

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