Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week
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"Trust in our digital world is in jeopardy"
RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello in his keynote address, kicking off this year's RSA 2012 Conference (InternetNews)
"You will want to create an IPv6 security policy that sort of mirrors your IPv4 security policy"
Check Point Fellow, Robert Hinden,explaining why IPv6 security isn't all that different from IPv4 security (EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet)
"Job number one is to ensure that we make the Internet trustworthy"
Qualys CEO Philippe Courtot, announcing a new Trustworthy Internet Movement at the RSA Conference (eSecurityPlanet)
"When we said Beefy, we weren't kidding: an a-bun-dance of condiments, err, features, are available to help you feed your hunger for the best in free and open source software."
Fedora developer, Dennis Gilmore, announcing the alpha release of Fedora 17 (InternetNews)
"Google's withdrawal only removes the additional $20,000 they had offered up for vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser."
Aaron Portnoy, Manager of the Security Research Team at HP TippingPoint, explaining how Google pulling out of the Pwn2own hacking challenge will affect the contest (eSecurityPlanet)