McAfee looking to acquire security companies

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 12:56 AM EST

Security software vendor McAfee Inc. is looking to acquire security companies that have technology that can be quickly integrated with the company's products, an executive of the Santa Clara, Calif., company said Wednesday.

McAfee is scouting worldwide for companies that can offer interesting technologies in areas such as wireless security and safer Internet surfing for users, George Samenuk, McAfee's chief executive officer and chairman, told reporters in Bangalore, India.

At Computerworld.

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