Security chiefs talk trends, risks

Tuesday, 11 July 2006, 11:08 AM EST

Why is it so hard to secure a laptop? Where are the green fields for identity thieves? What are the security threats that IT professionals are ignoring? IDG News Services recently invited the heads of three security businesses -- Barracuda Networks Inc. CEO Dean Drako, Sana Security Inc. CEO John Zicker, and Jay Kidd, who runs Network Appliance Inc.'s Emerging Products Group -- to a roundtable discussion of the trends they see on the horizon and the threats they think IT executives may be missing.

At InfoWorld.

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