Web Hosting Provider Online Tech Launches Series of Webinars on Modern Security

Web Hosting Provider Online Tech Launches Series of Webinars on Modern Security

Web Hosting Provider Online Tech Launches Series of Webinars on Modern Security

Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-25 – Last week, the web hosting provider Online Tech launched a series of educational webinars on modern security. This three-part complimentary sessions session began on Tuesday, July 19, and will take place the following two Tuesdays, including one on Tuesday, July 26, at 2 pm ET where the main objective will be to allow the web hosting company’s experts to explain the importance of network and application security.

The webinar will largely concentrate and explore the advantages and disadvantages of several options for the assessment of security. Other topics that will be discussed are the various network and application security measures including firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, virus scanning and penetration testing. Other discussions such as the addressing of frequently asked questions as well as the exploitation of typical network and application security level flaws.

Early July, the WHIR talked to Neospire senior director of security Sean Bruton about how hosting providers’ e-commerce customers can protect cardholder data and ensure PCI compliance.

One of the featured guest speakers and co-founder of High Bit Security, a full-service security firm that specializes in penetration testing and assisting companies with their PCI DSS compliance, Adam Goslin say that the webinar will be important and very beneficial for every exclusive in any company dealing with sensitive data including HR, medical, legal, intellectual property and credit cards.

“Protecting sensitive information is becoming increasingly important for companies, especially with the high costs of credibility, trust, and remediation for data security breaches. This series of webinars aims to share new tools and information to help companies understand new security requirements and meet data security goals,” says marketing director of Online Tech, April Sage, in a statement.