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Cisco IPTV Broadcast: Midyear Security Report Shows Network Threats 'Are Getting Down to Business'

What: On Tuesday, July 14, 2009, security executives and
Jul 09, 2009

What:        On Tuesday, July 14, 2009, security executives and researchers from Cisco will discuss findings from the Cisco 2009 Midyear Security Report, recapping security events and trends of the first half of 2009 and implications for the future. The live broadcast will highlight:

  • Threats in 2009: Security incidents that affected businesses and consumers around the world.
  • Crime Today: Getting Down to Business: Explanation of how Internet criminals are increasingly operating like successful businesses, borrowing some of the best strategies from legitimate companies and forming partnerships with one another to help make their illegal activities more lucrative.
  • Recommendations: Guidance on how to prevent security breaches and protect businesses and individuals.
  • Live Q&A: Media, analysts and customers can ask questions throughout the broadcast.

Patrick Peterson, fellow and chief security researcher, Cisco
Fred Kost, director, security solutions marketing, Cisco

When:       Tuesday, July 14, 2009, 8 a.m. Pacific

Where:      The Internet TV broadcast can be accessed at the URL below. No registration required. Please visit the on July 14 at 8 a.m. Pacific and click "Play" to launch the live presentation.

Technical Assistance:

Attendees who experience difficulties connecting can contact support at 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 or if necessary.