Oracle CEO speaks on security

Friday, 23 September 2005, 12:43 AM EST

For a guy who has spent considerably more than $10 billion in the last year or so, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison remains a cool cookie.

The only audience question at Oracle OpenWorld that seemed to rattle the facade was whether Oracle would commit to fixing known security flaws within a quarter of their discovery. His answer: "No."

By Barbara Darrow at Security Pipeline.

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