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March 19, 2005
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March 19, 2005
Symantec, (Nasdaq: SYMC) the world leader in Internet security technology, provides a broad range of content and network security software and appliance solutions to enterprises, individuals and service providers. Symantec Press, http://www.ses.symantec.com/symantecpress, is the publishing arm developed by Symantec in collaboration with Addison-Wesley Professional that features books focused on critical and valuable information security topics.
New from Symantec Press is Peter Szor's guide for white hats, "The Art of Computer Virus Research and Defense." Peter Szor is security architect for Symantec Security Response, where he has been designing and building antivirus technologies since 1999. He discusses his new release designed for IT and security professionals responsible for protecting their organizations against malware.
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