Merging the channels: McAfee and Secure Computing half a year later

McAfee Inc. executed one of the major security acquisitions in recent years in late in 2008. The endpoint security giant acquired a leading network security company, Secure Computing, going in a very different direction from arch-rival Symantec and taking on network security leaders such as Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks and Check Point Software Technologies.

In this podcast, former Secure Computing president and CEO Dan Ryan, now executive vice president and general manager of McAfee's network security business unit, talks about what McAfee is doing to align the two channels and strengthen them into one cohesive community going forward.

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This was first published in June 2009

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