GM security chief gives hackers a lesson

Tuesday, 2 May 2006, 1:57 AM EST

General Motors Corp.'s chief information security officer, Eric Litt, used the chance to speak at the European Black Hat Convention in Amsterdam earlier this year to reach out to the hacker community and explain the problems large corporations face when dealing with software vulnerabilities. He discussed security issues in an interview with Computerworld last week.

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