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McAfee Scan Alert Security Researcher Ordered To Stand Trial For Fraud
www.nationalcybersecurity.com, 20 May 2008 [cached]
Brett M. Oliphant formally joined McAfee in February, at least three months after the charges were filed.
He faces 32 years in prison if convicted.
At a brief hearing in superior court in Elkhart County, Indiana, a trial on the charges was scheduled for November 18, according to court documents.
McAfee declined to make 29-year-old Oliphant available for comment and attempts to independently contact him were not successful.
It would appear he has pleaded not guilty.
Oliphant was vice president of security services at ScanAlert, which was acquired by McAfee in February.
At ScanAlert he
managed the research team for the company's "Hacker Safe" labs, which provides daily audits of ecommerce websites to certify them as "hacker safe."
Patch Management â€¢ Tag â€¢ The Register
www.channelregister.co.uk, $reference.date [cached]
Brett M. Oliphant formally joined McAfee in February, at least three months after …
ScanAlert - HACKER SAFE certified sites prevent over 99.9% of hacker crime.
www.scanalert.com, 7 Feb 2008 [cached]
Brett Oliphant, VP of Security ServicesBrett
is a widely recognized expert in computer security.He
has published numerous papers in the areas of network based vulnerability detection, false positive mitigation and remediation strategies, as well as numerous vulnerability research articles.Brett leads the technical development of our vulnerability scanning technology, as well as managing our HACKER SAFE LABS research division.
Cheap Web Hosting Directory :: A comprehensive guide to low-cost web hosting.
www.cheap-web-hosting-directory.com, 2 July 2007 [cached]
Brett Oliphant, ScanAlert's VP of security services, says:"When you apply the results of our research to the millions of Web sites that sell products and services online, it gets very scary very quickly.
Web Host Industry News | ScanAlert Releases Security Report
www.thewhir.com, 2 Feb 2007 [cached]
"When you apply the results of our research to the millions of Web sites that sell products and services online, it gets very scary very quickly," says Brett Oliphant, ScanAlert's VP of security services.