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McAfee Names Gert-Jan Schenk as President of EMEA

McAfee Inc. has appointed Gert-Jan Schenk president of its Europe, Middle East and Africa region. Schenk, who reports to Michael DeCesare, executive vice president of worldwide sales for McAfee, took on his new position Oct. 1. He is based out of Amsterdam, Netherlands. Before joining McAfee, Schenk served as senior …

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Survey: Security is a Primary Business Objective

A new survey has found that a majority of businesses have security intensive environments with more than 90 percent of workloads requiring protection. The survey–conducted jointly by Altor Networks and Juniper Networks–gathered responses from the representatives of m0re than 200 firms at San Francisco’s Moscone-hosted VMworld 2010. Despite moving forward …

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Lockheed Martin’s Lee Holcomb: Government and industry will need to bolster cyber ranks — together

Continued from Main Feature Lockheed Martin has created five reference architectures for security — reusable architectures that give “best-of-breed” approaches to build cybersecurity solutions. “We’ve created a repository of artifacts, over 300 of them, that we share within the organization,” says Lee Holcomb, director of the Center for Cyber Security …

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Goverment Websites in Philippines Hacked

A government website in the Philippines was defaced recently when cyber criminals hacked into the website and posted mocking messages on the upcoming automated elections. The message posted on the website of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, read “What is going to be used in the elections? Blade …

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US Must Engage International Community, Says Former Bush Assistant

As the United States moves toward a more coherent approach to cybersecurity, the question has been repeatedly raised around forming an international agreement on cyber attacks. Neill Sciarrone, a former special assistant to President George W. Bush for Cyber Security and Information Sharing, said, “taking a U.S.-centric approach is not …

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Government Contracting Predictions for 2008

ExecutiveBiz recently asked government contracting leaders their predictions in their industries for 2008. Here are their responses: “Flawless execution and systems integration and engineering will define the hallmarks for 2008 in our marketplace. The need for effective partnership with our government customer will be of paramount importance. An increased emphasis …

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