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"A dot-bank domain would not stop ..., 29 Aug 2007 [cached]
"A dot-bank domain would not stop it, but it would certainly narrow down the spoofing opportunity," said Lee Fisher, solutions architect for McAfee Security.
Finance sector bracing for upswing in Internet fraud - Computerworld, 15 Dec 2003 [cached]
"A dot-bank domain wouldn't stop it, but it would certainly narrow down the spoofing opportunity," said Lee Fisher, solutions architect at McAfee Security for Consumers.
This article is reprinted by permission from, Copyright (c) 2003 Reuters.
Online dangers increase - PC Magazine, 1 Feb 2005 [cached]
McAfee security specialist Lee Fisher, author of the report, said the biggest risk for companies is their own apathy."Firms believe (wrongly) that viruses and code are a benign risk, that because they have a firewall they are protected," he said, adding that "about 70 percent" of internet threats are driven by profit, not a desire for notoriety.
Fisher said that firms face a number of separate dangers."The fast-spreading viruses make all the headlines, but they are not the biggest threats."The biggest dangers include key-logging tools and bot network tools that could be used for distributed denial-of-service attacks.
To help firms protect themselves against these risks, in March McAfee will start updating its virus alerts and tools on a daily basis.Fisher said that this requirement was unimaginable five years ago, but the firm is now seeing about 50 new threats or viruses each day.
McAfee's report emphasises that the internet is global, fast and virtual, adding, "In the wrong hands, this adds up to the potential to make vast sums of money illegally."Fisher said McAfee worked with enforcement experts and academics for seven months to draw up what he described as "the first in-depth picture of (the) new invisible threats we face".
Lee Fisher at EuroCloud ..., 20 Jan 2014 [cached]
Lee Fisher at EuroCloud (414x749) - Copy
Lee Fisher, VP of Marketing
Lee has worked in the IT industry for over 20 years providing strategic, intelligence and security advice to Governments across the globe and organisations such as NATO, U.K. MOD, and U.K. GCHQ.
After 10 years at McAfee, Websense, SecurityMob, Nokia-Siemens and most recently Hewlett Packard, Lee now helps develop the messaging strategy at Abiquo.
Five reasons not to trust IT staff ... and five reasons why you should | Cloud Pro, 22 Dec 2013 [cached]
"They tell everyone that they can do everything quicker, cheaper and more expansively," says Lee Fisher, VP of products at service provider Abiquo.
But no IT turkey is ever going to vote for Christmas, says Fisher.
On the other hand, some claims made by the IT department are ludicrous. The cloud can never deliver the benefits the business wants, and the IT department probably secretly knows this, but they're in denial about the awful secret. The elephant in the IT room is that existing business processes are so flabby and out of shape that they cannot be finessed by a cloud system. It's a bit like putting a loose fitting tracksuit on a patient rather than putting them on a diet before their operation, says Fisher. As many surgeons will attest, the excess of flab makes surgery very difficult. You need to slim down the patient down.
The elephant in the IT room is that existing business processes are so flabby they cannot be finessed by a cloud system
"If you rip the heart out of a system, but leave the flabby business processes in place, the new infrastructure won't be any more efficient," says Fisher. "It's like taking out an overweight person's heart and replacing it with a life support machine. Nothing's going to change for the better because it's not the engine that's the problem, it's the excess baggage."
Fine turning the business processes of a company are much harder, which is why most IT bosses won't even attempt this. If you can do it, the cloud service that follows will be far more effective, says Fisher.
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