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Interview with Straton Sclavos

C|Net has a nice interview with Straton Sclavos, CEO of VeriSign, examining whether or not terrorists could attack us with a combination cyber attack and physical attack.No hard-hitting questions here, just soft-balls about Amit Yoran’s resignation, the adoption of IPv6…

  • January 6, 2005

C|Net has a nice interview with Straton Sclavos, CEO of VeriSign, examining whether or not terrorists could attack us with a combination cyber attack and physical attack.

No hard-hitting questions here, just soft-balls about Amit Yoran’s resignation, the adoption of IPv6 in the US, and problems with ICANN. Still, it’s always fun to read what Straton has to say.

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