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Host John Gilroy is joined by John Bordwine, public sector CTO at Symantec. They will discuss "Endpoint" security and how it applies to mobile technology.
June 7, 2011
Cyber defense giant Symantec has been asked to join a White House advisory council.
A report by Symantec founds that five initial points were the cause of thousands of attacks.
InfoSecurity.com reports on a Symantec study that found most people make risky moves online.
Symantec reports that Dutch experts have made key discoveries about the Internet virus.
An activist investor is reportedly pushing for Symantec to split into a security business AND a data storage business.
Symantec just completed a 2010 Critical Infrastructure Protection Study. Symantec CIO Mark Bregman is Tom Temin's guest on Federal Security Spotlight.
Mark Bregman, chief technology officer, Symantec joins host Tom Temin to discuss the results of a new survey examining how companies interact with the federal government when it comes to cybersecurity.
October 7, 2010
DHS's Sean McGurk and other cybersecurity experts are trying to protect agency networks against one of the most dangerous viruses ever developed. Stuxnet exploits a vulnerability in Siemens industrial equipment control software and hardware and may be the product of a nation bent on sabotage.
With cyberattacks saturating the Internet, a dramatic shift is underway in the $7 billion-a-year anti-virus industry - and it's all good news for consumers.