Intrusion defense in the era of Windows Vista

Microsoft has built comprehensive antimalware capabilities into its new Windows Vista operating system in the hopes that enterprises will forego third-party applications. But is the protection up to the standards that enterprises demand?

Check out this video and learn more about the strengths and weaknesses of Vista's antispyware and antivirus features, how to use Vista's antimalware features in conjunction with third-party security apps, whether or when to replace existing desktop antivirus with the features Vista provides and much more.

About the speaker:
Peter H. Gregory holds the CISA and CISSP certifications. He is the author of Securing the Vista Environment.

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