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Background Information

Employment History

Network Security Expert and Founding Partner

Nply Security


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Antivirus Software | Inc. Technology | Page 2

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John DeLozier, a network security expert and founding partner of Nply Security, a network security consulting group in Dallas, concedes it's often the preferred choice of his clients.
"But, I find (Norton) too big, too bloated and too intrusive with all the chatty pop-up windows," says DeLozier. McAfee's ViruScan Cost: $40 to buy. $40 annual fee. Features: McAfee's anti-virus software is bundled in with anti-spyware software and a firewall. "Don't get me wrong, I would never tell my clients not to get anti-virus protection for their handhelds, if they wanted it," says John DeLozier, of Nply Security, a Dallas-based network security consulting group. "But, I would advise them that there's a much bigger risk of being compromised by loss or theft than from an attack. DeLozier goes on to point out a couple of other reasons why a business owner might think twice about getting anti-virus software for PDAs and smartphones.


Do You Need Anti-Virus Software for Your Handhelds?, Internet Security Article - Technology.Inc.com

technology.inc.com [cached]

"Don't get me wrong, I would never tell my clients not to get anti-virus protection for their handhelds, if they wanted it," says John DeLozier, of Nply Security, a Dallas-based network security consulting group.
"But, I would advise them that there's a much bigger risk of being compromised by loss or theft than from an attack." DeLozier goes on to point out a couple of other reasons why a business owner might think twice about getting anti-virus software for PDAs and smartphones.


Which Anti-Virus Software Should You Use?, Systems Security Article - Technology.Inc.com

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John DeLozier, a network security expert and founding partner of Nply Security, a network security consulting group in Dallas, concedes it's often the preferred choice of his clients.
"But, I find (Norton) too big, too bloated and too intrusive with all the chatty pop-up windows," says DeLozier.


technology.inc.com

John DeLozier, a network security expert and founding partner of Nply Security, a network security consulting group in Dallas, concedes it's often the preferred choice of his clients.
"But, I find (Norton) too big, too bloated and too intrusive with all the chatty pop-up windows," says DeLozier. This entry was posted in Antivirus Software and tagged Arabella Hallawell, AXA Group, Ben Rothke, BitDefender, Cambridge (Massachusetts), Computer Security Institute, Consumers Union of U.S. Inc., Dallas, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Forrester Research Inc., Joern Wettern, John DeLozier, Kapersky Labs, PC World Communications Inc., Symantec Corporation.


technology.inc.com

"Don't get me wrong, I would never tell my clients not to get anti-virus protection for their handhelds, if they wanted it," says John DeLozier, of Nply Security, a Dallas-based network security consulting group.
"But, I would advise them that there's a much bigger risk of being compromised by loss or theft than from an attack." DeLozier goes on to point out a couple of other reasons why a business owner might think twice about getting anti-virus software for PDAs and smartphones. This entry was posted in Antivirus Software and tagged Ben Rothke, Bluefire Security Technologies Inc., Bluetooth SIG Inc., Dallas, Europe, F-Secure Corporation, Finland, Helsinki, John DeLozier, Nordic Countries, Symbian Series 60.


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