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Webinar Recap: Rethinking Web Security

March 19, 2013

FishNet Security and McAfee delivered a successful webinar focused on industry trends and insights for 2013 enterprise level web security best practices.  During this webinar, we reviewed the state of web security and how McAfee and FishNet Security can help you and your organization effectively secure your environment. 



Changing Landscape

- Moving to the cloud
- Risks and rewards

Challenges and solutions

- Access
- Security
- Flexibility

FishNet Security Partnership

- Services overview

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