Paul Roberts on the Decade in Security

Dennis Fisher talks with Paul Roberts of The 451 Group about the changes that the last decade has brought in computer security, the biggest story of the ‘00s and what the Teens might hold.

Dennis Fisher talks with Paul Roberts of The 451 Group about the changes that the last decade has brought in computer security, the biggest story of the ’00s and what the Teens might hold.

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Discussion

  • Anonymous on

    Dennis: Please be brief with your questions so a guest has more time to discuss the topic. In this interview Robert is just repeating what you said in the question because your questions are mostly just discussions. Focus, grasshopper, focus.

  • Dennis Fisher on

    Glad someone is listening :> But the point of these podcasts, especially the ones with people like Paul, whom I know well, is for them to be more discussions than interviews. The give-and-take is more interesting than me just asking a question and then moving on to the next one.

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