September 25, 2008
What: On Tuesday, September 30, 2008, top security executives from Cisco will host an Internet TV broadcast on data leakage - one of the most critical information security challenges confronting businesses, employees, and consumers around the world. The security executives will spotlight new global research that identifies employees' most common data leakage mistakes and describe the implications, especially as businesses become more distributed and connected beyond traditional offices. The discussion will highlight:
- The evolution of security threats and the emergence of data-specific, money-driven attacks; How their scope is broadening beyond online environments to physical, legal, geopolitical, and other arenas.
- Key global research on top employee mistakes and their rationale for committing them.
- Perceptions, behavior, and social/business cultures' impact on heightening individual and corporate data leakage risk around the world.
- Recommended practices for preventing data leakage and guidance for businesses on how to evolve risk management strategies and approaches.
- Live Q&A: Media and analysts can ask questions throughout the broadcast.
Who: John N. Stewart, Cisco chief security officer, and Christopher Burgess, Cisco senior security adviser; hosted by Marie Hattar, vice president of network and security solutions.
When: Tuesday, September 30, 2008, 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. PDT
Where: The Internet TV broadcast can be accessed at the URL below. No registration required. Go to the URL September 30 at 8:00 a.m. PDT and select "Play" to launch the live presentation. http://tools.cisco.com/cmn/jsp/index.jsp?id=76034
Technical Assistance: Attendees that experience difficulties connecting can contact support at 1 866 614 0208 or 617 778 9652. Phone support is available 30 minutes prior to and after the event, as well as during the videocast. Attendees may also submit an Online Support Request to CiscoTV_help@external.cisco.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if necessary.
Interviews: To schedule press interviews after the broadcast, please email Neil Wu Becker at email@example.com, or call 408 525 7415.
To schedule analyst interviews after the broadcast, please contact Todd Hanson, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 408 853 8255.