New technology is scary, says Cisco CTO

Wednesday, 20 September 2006, 12:59 AM EST

New technology such as Windows Vista and IP v6 may solve some security problems but will bring new security threats as well, according to a senior Cisco security expert.

"When we deploy new technologies, what's scary is we never know what problems they might bring," said Bob Gleichauf, the CTO of Cisco's security technology group, who spoke at this week's Gartner Security Summit in London.

At The Register.

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