Intel’s Malcolm Harkins on PC Security

August 24th, 2007 |
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Remember those old movies in which a whiz kid accidentally breaks into the network of the Strategic Air Command? Malcolm Harkins, general manager of Intel’s Information Risk and Security Group, remembers the 80s, when hackers broke in with cracked passwords. Today’s threats are more sophisticated and more serious. In this podcast Harkins tells PodTech’s Jason Lopez about the many layers of security and the ways IT pros can address the potential for attacks.

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