*** For Immediate Release ***
netVigilance, Inc. invited to Speak at HP Technology Forum.
Live Hacker Demo and Introduction to Vulnerability Assessment for HP Customers
PORTLAND, Oregon -- May 14, 2008- netVigilance, Inc., the Windows-based leader in network Vulnerability Assessment (VA) announced today that it has been invited by HP to speak at the HP Technology Forum in Las Vegas on the 19th of June 2008.
"We are humbled but also pleased that the biggest PC- and Server vendor in the world has decided to invite me to talk about Vulnerability Assessment at their annual conference" exclaims Jesper Jurcenoks of netVigilance and he continues "I used to work for Compaq Computers and last time I went to one of these events was in 1994; it will be interesting to see how it has evolved over the years."
Jesper Jurcenoks will be introducing the general audience at the HP Technology Forum to Vulnerability Assessment and will perform the always popular Live Hacking Demo, where he breaks through 2 firewalls, using the techniques spear fishing, buffer overflow and SQL injection.
To learn more go to www.netvigilance.com/events or http://www.hptechnologyforum.com/
Founded in 2003, netVigilance delivers best-in-class solutions for protection of corporate networks. With its SecureScout™ line of vulnerability assessment tools; netVigilance will ensure increased profitability, increased operational efficiencies, higher productivity and decreased downtime by increasing the efficiency of network security operations.
The SecureScout™ Security Operations engineers continually uncover vulnerabilities in 3rd party operating systems, equipment, applications and services.
SecureScout™ engineers develop and deploy vulnerability test cases, security alerts, remediation procedures and expert opinion to over 2,000 customers and clients worldwide..
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