Sophos expert demonstrates a live malware attack at RSA in San Francisco

Sophos Press Release
Paul Ducklin
Paul Ducklin gives live malware demo at RSA 2008.

IT security and control company, Sophos, today announced that Paul Ducklin, Head of Technology at Sophos Asia Pacific, will be giving a malware demonstration at the RSA annual security conference 2008,
held in San Francisco on Wednesday 9 April, at 8am local time - code reference HT2-201.

Ducklin's live malware demonstration is designed to show the steps involved in a typical malware attack. He will also give advice on how businesses and end-users can better protect themselves against these threats.

The RSA conference helps to drive the security agenda worldwide with annual events in the U.S., Europe and Japan. Throughout its 17 year history, RSA Conference creates opportunities for conference attendees to learn about IT security issues through first-hand interactions. As the IT security field continues to grow in importance and influence, RSA Conference plays an integral role in keeping security professionals across the globe connected and educated.

More than 100 million users in 150 countries rely on Sophos’ complete security solutions as the best protection against complex threats and data loss. Simple to deploy, manage, and use, Sophos’ award-winning encryption, endpoint security, web, email, mobile and network security solutions are backed by SophosLabs - a global network of threat intelligence centers. Sophos is headquartered in Oxford, U.K., and is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol “SOPH.” More information is available at www.sophos.com/company.