Digital Defence Test 2003 will help you recognise the latest security threats and learn how to deal with them. Watch three scenarios based on real security breaches, learn how the experts deal with the crises, and test your own security knowledge
By ZDNet Staff
| October 21, 2003 -- 10:40 GMT (03:40 PDT)
| Topic: Security
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