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Norton CEO says antivirus is dead
Antivirus is dead. So sayeth Brian Dye, Symantec's senior vice president for information security, in a weekend interview with The Wall Street Journal. ... In fact, Dye told WSJ that he estimates traditional antivirus detects a mere 45 percent of all attacks.May 5, 2014
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