Business booms as virus threats grow

Thursday, 19 January 2006, 12:38 AM EST

In 1988 Eva Chen was installing software at a customerís office when she found a computer virus.

The discovery of the bug was a pivotal moment for Chen. Just a few months earlier she had resigned from her job at PC manufacturer Acer to co-found copyright protection software firm Trend Micro, with her brother-in-law Steve Chang.

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