Symantec pitches rootkit tech as Veritas validation

Thursday, 10 May 2007, 10:38 AM EST

Some industry watchers may still question why Symantec moved to acquire storage software maker Veritas for $10.2 billion in 2004, but the fruits of the companies' combined labors are already proving the deal as a winner, according to executives with the massive security firm.

As part of a recent media tour aimed at highlighting innovation ongoing within the security giant, Mark F. Bregman, CTO at Symantec, said that the Veritas merger has armed the company with a wealth of strategic opportunities.

At InfoWorld.

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