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April 14th: Join this live event for important Conficker updates!

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Live Webcast: Conficker - Really Gone or Waiting?

Don't feel foolish over the Conficker April Fool's Day hype! Conficker may not have wrought any visible havoc, but it still has the potential to inflict damage, by lying in wait for another day. Targeting both business and home users, it's a perfect example of today's insidious and dangerous Web threats. How can you protect your business from stealthy, profit-driven threats like Conficker?

Register on TechRepublic to join Trend Micro's David Perry and Jon Clay for a discussion on Conficker and other threats, and how to protect against them!

Conficker - Really Gone or Waiting?
Tuesday April 14th, 2009
2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT / 18:00 GMT

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  • The Conficker worm: How it works, What it does
  • The challenges presented by today's technologically
    sophisticated threats
  • Best-in-class approaches for protecting your business

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