Q&A with SecurityFocus' Alfred Huger

Friday, 18 June 2004, 11:29 AM EST

A pioneer in early-warning computer security, Alfred A. Huger, senior director of engineering at computer-security giant Symantec (SYMC ), spends just about every day watching the Web for trouble. His company, SecurityFocus, is now owned by Symantec and was one of the first to track viruses as they spawned, from Net-monitoring labs stretching from Calgary, Canada, to Dublin, Ireland. Huger and his team of "bug trackers" provide data on impending virus threats to corporations around the world.

By Brian Grow at BusinessWeek.

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