Q&A: Oracle exec says users get enough flaw info

Monday, 23 January 2006, 12:26 PM EST

As senior director of security assurance at Oracle Corp., Duncan Harris is in charge of the company’s vulnerability remediation processes. He also manages a team of “ethical hackers” at Oracle’s Reading, England, software lab whose job is to find flaws in the vendor’s products.

At Computerworld.

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