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ThreatSTOP To Host Second Installment of Four-Part Cyber Security Series: The Art of Cyber Security: Sun Tzu's lessons for preemptive cyber security in 2013: know yourself, know your ground, know yo

ThreatSTOP, Inc., a SaaS leader in proactive network defense built on a predictive learning platform, today announced that on February 13th, the company will be hosting the second installment of its four part webinar series entitled: “The Art of Cyber Security: Sun Tzu's lessons for preemptive cyber security in 2013: know yourself, know your ground, know your enemy.” ThreatSTOP’s “The Art of Cyber Security Series” gives participants the tools to develop a sound preemptive response to meet the ever-growing cyber security threats. This four-part online seminar series highlights the evolution of cyber crime over the past year, the three key cyber security threats for 2013, and the framework for developing a proactive plan to mitigate these threats.

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Your favorite Android games, now part of the latest botnet...

That link your friend just sent you for a free version of Angry Birds? I wouldn't click it. But many have and are now sending out enough SMS messages to make any spammer applaud.

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Iranian Computers Under Attack

Imagine booting up your computer one morning only to find no traces of the hard drive you work from daily. That same one you have 5 years+ of photos, work, etc.

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Join Us: Webinar on defending against the new wave of Cyber-Attacks

We're hosting a webinar this week on Thursday, December 13th 2012 at 9:00am PST (12:00pm EST) and at 2:00pm PST (5:00pm EST).  During the webinar we will be discussing how to Defend against the new wave of Cyber-Attacks.

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ThreatSTOP Announces Christopher Lee as Vice President of Sales

SAN DIEGO, CA—(Oct 16, 2012) – Threatstop, Inc. today announced the hire of Christopher Lee as Vice President of Sales, effective immediately.

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What's new with ThreatSTOP 2.0

In our continued effort to bring you and your network the best protection possible, ThreatSTOP is proud to announce the launch of ThreatSTOP 2.0. Here is what you can look for in the new release:

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Announcing the Release of ThreatSTOP 2.0

In our continued effort to bring you and your network the best protection possible, ThreatSTOP is proud to announce the launch of ThreatSTOP 2.0. The new release  significantly enhances the flexibility and customization available with the ThreatSTOP service. Here is what you can look for in the new release:

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Big Switch Networks Announces Availability of First Open Software-Defined Networking Product Suite

Big Switch Networks today announced the general availability of the first Open Software-Defined Networking (SDN) product suite, and the industry’s most open architecture delivering: the largest ecosystem of partners, the broadest range of network applications, and the widest range of deployment options.

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Know Someone Attending College? Is That University Using ThreatSTOP?

College admission forms ask for just about everything under the sun from you when determining whether or not you'll be eligible to attend the following Fall. But what lengths do they go to, to protect the information they collect.

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Your Local Emergency Room: How clean is their.....network?!?

The majority of us will at some point in our lives be faced with the sinking feelings that come with medical procedures of all kinds. Whether it's a simple broken bone or something more serious, at some point we'll all need a little work under the hood. While the 10 o'clock news intimidates you into staying up to hear about the most recent study they've done on the cleanliness of your local E.R. as it turns out, germs and viruses extend beyond the hospital bed. In a recent meeting with government officials, it turns out that more and more medical devices in hospitals are becoming riddled with computer viruses.

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