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BeyondTrust CTO sits down with IT Harvest’s Richard Steinnon

Post by Mike Puterbaugh March 17, 2013

BeyondTrust’s CTO, Marc Maiffret, recently sat down with IT Harvest’s Richard Steinnon to discuss a wide range of topics surrounding the security industry today, including the accelerated rate of attacks we’re currently seeing, what our customers are doing to protect themselves, and they even discuss BeyondTrust’s new tagline, Beyond Traditional Security and what that means not only for BeyondTrust, but for the market as well.

The total interview runs about 11 minutes in length and is a great primer for anyone looking to learn more about how BeyondTrust views today’s threats and how we help our thousands of customers deal with those threats.

Check out the video here:

The video can also be found on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/61924658

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