Roger Thompson

Roger Thompson is Director of Malicious Content Research at Computer Associates, Inc. He is a first-generation antivirus pioneer, having started his own scanner development company in Australia in 1987. Roger is on the advisory board for Virus Bulletin and the WildList, he is a frequent speaker at security conferences around the world, and is often quoted in the press on matters of malicious code.

We Must Beat Spyware

If worms and viruses werent enough, theres a new threat: spyware. This menace is defined as any software intended to aid an unauthorized person or entity in causing a...

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eWEEK TweetChat, October 18: Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice

On Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 11 AM PT, @eWEEKNews will host its monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be Optimizing Your Data Analytics Practice, and...

Remote IT Monitoring Product Review: Code Sentry

Earlier this year, I interviewed Jonathan Guy, VP of Engineering for RF Code regarding its new Sentry product, which promises to make management of...

ServiceNow’s Dave Wright on the Future of IT Operations Management

I spoke with Dave Wright, Chief Innovation Officer at ServiceNow, about the future of enterprise IT, the pain points he’s hearing from his enterprise...

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Mitel Embraces CLM to Add Value to Communications

Communications provider Mitel has made it a strategic priority to focus on customer lifecycle management (CLM) principles to ensure its customers are getting full value...