Lets's Talk Computers - Symantec  December 25, 2004
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Interview on December 25, 2004
Security     Guest: Mark Egan
Symantec, 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 (Nasdaq: SYMC) in collaboration with Addison-Wesley Professional that features books focused on critical and valuable information security topics.

In the first release from Symantec Press entitled "The Executive Guide to Information Security," Symantec chief information officer Mark Egan explains the importance of 10 essential components to help ensure enterprise security programs. These include the importance of the CEO, senior-level staff, metrics, and an ongoing information security program among others.
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