McAfee CEO unfazed by Microsoft security moves

Tuesday, 11 July 2006, 1:03 AM EST

George Samenuk, the chairman and CEO McAfee Inc., is not losing any sleep over Microsoft Corp.'s impending entry into the security software market. Microsoft is looking to muscle its way into the market with Windows Live OneCare, a set of software and services designed to protect computers from viruses and other malware. Samenuk is not overly concerned, saying the effort falls short of what customers need. The recently released beta of Falcon, McAfee's next major software release, offers features that Microsoft and Symantec Corp. won't be able to match when Falcon hits the market in August, he said.

At Computerworld.

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