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Don't buy stand-alone antivirus: Trend Micro
Stand-alone antivirus applications were dangerous because they could not adequately protect users and so created a false sense of security, according to the top malware expert at Trend Micro. However, the company continues to sell its stand-alone antivirus app because of 'customer demand'.
Scott Charney: Microsoft's security chief reveals all
Shortly after the 9/11 bombings, Microsoft hired Scott Charney, a federal prosecutor for the US justice Department, to head up its Trustworthy Computing division. At AusCERT 2008, ZDNet.com.au caught up with Charney to hear his thoughts on how those events changed the security landscape and what he thinks about the current state of IT security.