Symantec’s Enrique Salem on Helping the Government Track Cyber Attacks

According to The New New Internet: “Symantec Corporation is helping the government in its investigation of the Aurora attacks against search engine giant Google, CEO Enrique Salem said earlier this week. Symantec monitors millions of computers worldwide and has significant data on malware infections and other cyber attacks which they sometimes sell to federal agencies and companies.”

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