Intel IT Information Security Pro Casey Says People Throw the Bombs

September 12th, 2007 |
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“People are the ultimate threat,” says Tim Casey, a senior strategic analyst for information security at Intel. “People write the viruses, people throw the bombs.” In this interview with PodTech’s Jason Lopez, Casey says that security is all about being ready to respond to anything — from viruses hopping off email attachments to people in fake air conditioning maintenance uniforms who show up to do repairs in a datacenter.

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