The New Year is already in full swing and as always, we at McAfee are working hard to anticipate and prepare our customers for potential threats. The year 2010 had many major cybersecurity incidents, including Operation Aurora and the Stuxnet virus, showing the sophisticated ways in which dangerous people seek to exploit information systems. These incidents are key examples of the ever-present need for all of us to prepare for and protect against data loss.
Our CEO, Dave DeWalt sat down with Ben Iannotta, C4ISR Journal, as part of the publication’s “Interview” series to discuss Wikileaks, mobile devices and smart phones, as well as critical infrastructure protection. Additionally, Dave discussed our work in the defense space, where our host-based security solution is now on more than 5 million computing devices across the entire Department of Defense’s three networks. You can view the interview on C4ISR’s website, or catch it in this month’s print edition.
Although 2010 was an active year for cyber criminals, we at McAfee continued to provide solutions to help business and government keep their data secure. As we enter the New Year, you can be sure that our continued commitment to provide innovative and effective protection will be one of our “resolutions.” Here’s to a safe, secure 2011!