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September 27, 2003
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September 27, 2003
The recent flurry of computer attacks, such as the MSBlaster and SQLSlammer worms, have generated a great deal of discussion around the need for better patching procedures. Without a doubt, patching is necessary to reduce the risk of interruption of business critical systems; however, patch management alone is not the solution.
Ian Hameroff, security strategist for Computer Associates (NYSE:CA), discusses why reactive patching is not enough and introduces a new best practice of leading security management solution providers. Hameroff has advised corporations from around the world on information security management, virus and malware protection, Internet defenses and best security practices. He is often sought after as a security expert in major industry news outlets and as an invited speaker/panelist at security conferences. Computer Associates International, Inc., one of the world's largest software companies, delivers software and services that enable organizations to manage their IT environments.
Computer AssociatesSeptember 27, 2003 interview
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