eEye Digital Security CTO to Present Webinar on the Latest IT Security Vulnerabilities and Attacks

eEye Digital Security, a provider of IT security and unified vulnerability management solutions, will present a live web event, “On the Frontline of the Threat Landscape” on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 9:30 AM (Pacific) / 12:30 PM (Eastern).

More than 425 IT Security professionals have registered for the session, hosted by eEye CTO and Cofounder, Marc Maiffret. Known for his candid approach to IT Security, Maiffret will provide an overview of today’s threat landscape, including the latest zero-day statistics and recent high-profile attacks, such as “Night Dragon” and “Stuxnet.” In this online presentation, Maiffret also will give his perspective on the evolving “attack surface” that IT Security professionals are daily working to protect, offer real-world tactics for configuring security settings across an organization, and respond to questions and comments from session participants.

“This webinar is an extension of eEye’s ‘On the Frontline of the Threat Landscape’ tour we did across four major cities in March,” said Marc Maiffret, eEye CTO and cofounder. “The idea is to continue the conversation with the IT Security community and communicate simple, practical tactics that can greatly improve their security posture, even against the headline-driving threats like Aurora, Stuxnet, and Night Dragon.”

Register for the webinar, “On the Frontline of the Threat Landscape.”

About eEye Digital Security
Since 1998, eEye Digital Security has made vulnerability and compliance management simpler and more efficient by providing the only unified solution that integrates assessment, mitigation, protection, and reporting into a complete offering with optional add-on modules for configuration compliance, regulatory reporting, and integrated patch management. eEye’s world-renowned research and development team is consistently the first to uncover critical vulnerabilities and build new protections into our solutions to prevent their exploit. Thousands of mid-to-large-size private-sector and government organizations, including the largest vulnerability management installations in the world, rely on eEye to protect against the latest known and zero-day vulnerabilities. More