A couple of weeks ago I was invited to the G Data Summit in Bochum, Germany to take part in a celebration of G Data’s 30th anniversary. Being the oldest anti-virus company in the world is a little something for them to crow about.
During the event, I got a chance to interview Walter Schuman, G Data’s CSO. Unluckily, CSO doesn’t mean Chief Security Officer, it means Chief Sales Officer. Walter and I had a good conversation about what security means to his customers, why protecting customer’s privacy is important to a business like G Data’s and explored a little of the political landscape of the world and what it means to someone selling security products.
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