Author: Lianne Caetano

Lianne Caetano Director, Mobility Product Marketing Lianne Caetano currently serves as Director of Product Marketing at McAfee. She brings over 20 years of experience to this role, having worked in a strategic marketing capacity for top tier high tech companies since 1989. Prior to joining McAfee, Lianne was the senior product marketing manager for Nokia’s Ovi services line. While at SiBEAM, Lianne had a dual role as Director of Marketing for SiBEAM and Executive Director for the WirelessHD standards consortium. Lianne served as the Product Line Manager for Netgear's first 802.11 wireless and VPN security product lines. Previously, Lianne was the Director of Product Marketing at Filanet Corporation, a manufacturer of Linux-based Internet appliances purchased by uRoam in 2002. She also held several positions at 3Com including Senior Product Marketing Manager for both the Home Networking and the U.S.Robotics 56K Desktop Modem group, where she managed the strategic direction for products, pricing, promotions and channels of distribution. Prior to joining U.S. Robotics, she held positions at Apple Computer, Inc. in Sales, Channel Marketing and Communications. Lianne graduated with an MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern University.

These days, thanks to advances in technology and an overwhelming amount of options, many of us choose to order items online in favor of walking into a brick and mortar store to make a purchase. Unfortunately, malware has caught onto this and is exploiting the trend on both mobile and desktop environments. Email spam messages […]

Sharing is something that we teach children to do at a young age, as well as an ability that we value across all aspects of our daily lives. However, sometimes sharing isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be–especially when it comes to keeping your private information secured while browsing the Internet. A new program kicked […]

Love is a powerful feeling that can cause an individual to do things they wouldn’t normally do—sometimes in a way that could compromise personal security. As we found in the Love, Relationships & Technology study released earlier this year, nearly 50% of people have shared or received intimate or sexual text messages, emails or photos […]

By the end of 2014, there will be more than two billion smartphones and tablets in use across the world. That’s two billion more opportunities for hackers to get a hold of valuable user data. As mobile devices have progressed, so has cybercrime, especially when it comes to taking advantage of apps that we use […]

As we usher in yet another worldwide sporting event this month with the World Cup, it’s inevitable that scammers will piggyback on the myriad of opportunities at their fingertips to swipe, nab, and phish for spectators’ personal data. We’ve seen it happen a million times before and trending news has always been easy fodder for […]