Sunday, December 20, 2009

K7 Computing - YouTube links

 K7 Computing


1)      Entering the campus, after a bumpy ride

2)      Top thoughts

3)      Factors that made K7 succeed in Japan

4)      Edge that K7 enjoys in an industry with big players

5)      How customer feedback has enriched the product

6)      Need for standards in the evaluation process

7)      Awareness of security in the different industries

8)      Disclosure at the level of user vs enterprise

9)      India-Japan comparison

10)  Today, malware has become a business

11)  Awards and recognitions

12)  Are we going slow on newer technologies because of threat perceptions

13)  People I have great respect for

14)  Biggest concern for anti-malware industry (Andrew)

15)  Criminals using malware to steal credentials

16)  Do people tend to underestimate the threats out there

17)  Is the job of anti-malware industry getting easier over the years

18)  Process to ensure fast response

19)  Legislations in different countries against malware

20)  We are working on standards for anti-malware product evaluation

21)  History and progress of AMTSO, the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization

22)  Observations about cloud computing

23)  Interaction among software companies to integrate security into their products

24)  Engineering should be aligned with business goals (Babu)

25)  Job of product manager

26)  Role of technical writer

27)  Support should be part of product core team

28)  Programmer is the king here (K7)

29)  Blend of industrial and technology looks

30)  Threat Lab where malware get tracked

31)  Malware incident distribution map (Andrew)

32)  Monitoring on the big screen (K7)

33)  Physical isolation of product development from malware tracking (K7)

34)  Rooms and networks are separated (Andrew)

35)  Marketing in India vs Japan (John)

36)  On pricing

37)  Ongoing service leads to updating of product multiple times daily

38)  USP of K7 is the way the product has been engineered

39)  Launched in Germany

40)  Design of Boardroom (K7)

41)  Software Samurai, Captain K7

42)  War room with beanbags

43)  Zoo where malware is kept in physical machines

44)  Build Lab where the product is finally made

45)  Only link with Build Lab (Andrew)

46)  Policy control starts from here (K7)

47)  Quarantine which simulates user environment (K7)

48)  Test Lab where compatibility and quality compliance are ensured (Andrew)

49)  Space and time to relax and think

50)  In-house support team to track customer feedback

51)  Creche

52)  Countering Dir-2, in 1992, when the whiz kid whipped the virus

53)  Trying to get Rajni tell us the secret of his crispy dosa

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