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Live Broadcast: John N. Stewart to Discuss Cyber Security for the Holiday Season

- November 26, 2012 - 0 Comments

The National Retail Federation predicts that Holiday Shopping this year will grow to $586.1 billion, with a record percentage of those purchases occurring online and from mobile devices.

As more shoppers make purchases online and on their mobile devices, Cyber Monday is fast becoming Mobile Monday, opening up a variety of new threats and challenges for shoppers. And even after the shopping is done, consumers need to take care when they open their presents and turn on new devices for the first time, and know what to expect when they bring their purchases to work or school in early January.

Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 10:00 AM PT for a live discussion with John N. Stewart, SVP and Chief Security Officer of Global Government and Corporate Security at Cisco. John will address topics ranging from how to stay safe while shopping online, tips for securely setting up gifts you receive, and how to safely bring new devices into work and school in the new year.

From mobile to social and all the shopping that happens in between, John will share the information you and your families need to stay safe online this holiday shopping season.

Ask your cyber security questions directly to one of the industry’s leading experts.

Broadcast Details:

Who: John N. Stewart, Senior Vice President, Chief Security Officer Global Government and Corporate Security

What: Online Shopping: What you Need to Know to Stay Safe this Holiday Season

When: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 – 10:00 -10:30 a.m. P

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