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

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