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FIRST IT WAS DESKTOPS, THENLAPTOPS AND NOW TABLETS AND SMARTPHONES ARE TAKING THE WORLDBY STORM.

IN FACT BY LATE 2014 TABLETS AREPREDICTED TO OUTSELL LAPTOPS FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER.

AND THIS YEAR SMARTPHONES WILL OUTSELL NON SMARTPHONES WILL 6BILLION MOBILE DEVICES IN USE WORLDWIDE.

THAT BLOWS MY MIND.

WELL, HERE TO DISCUSS CYBERTHREATS ON DIGITAL DEVICES THAT ORGANIZE AND MANAGE OUR LIVES.

IS STACEY CONNER.

DIRECTOR OF WORLDWIDE MARKETINGAT MACAFEE.

WELCOME BACK.

IT IS ALWAYS SO GREAT TO HAVE YOU HERE.

IT'S GREAT TO BE BACK.

THANK YOU.

NOW, MOST OF US ARE FAMILIAR WITH SOFTWARE PROTECTION ON OURHOME COMPUTERS.

WE KNOW THAT.

BUT WHAT ABOUT WITH ALL THESE NEW SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS.

JULIE QUITE SIMPLY CONSUMERS AREN'T PROTECTING THESE MOBILEDEVICES.

THE TABLETS AND SMARTPHONES AREJUST NOT GETTING PROTECTED AND I THINK WE SEE THIS A LOT.

YOU KNOW WHEN PEOPLE START TO ENGAGE WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY FORTHE FIRST TIME THEY START TO USE THE BASIC FEATURE AND THEY USEIT A LITTLE MORE AND LITTLE MORE.

AND BEFORE YOU KNOW IT, IT'S AS CRITICAL TO YOU AS YOUR WALLETAND CAR KEYS.

WHAT'S FUNNY IS THAT MACAFEERECENTLY COMPLETELY DIGITAL ASSET SURVEY.

AND WE ASKED FOLKS, WHAT IS THE VALUE OF THE ASSETS THAT ARE ONYOUR DIGITAL DEVICES.

AND WHAT WE'VE FOUND.

$35,000.

WHAT?$35,000! UNPROTECTED!UNPROTECTED! WHAT WE'RE FINDING IS THAT WHILEPEOPLE THINK THAT THIS $35,000 WORTH OF ASSETS AREIRREPLACEABLE YET 75% DON'T HAVE ANY KIND OF SOFTWARE TO PROTECTIT.

NOW, TABLETS AND SMARTPHONES VS.

LAPTOPS AND COMPUTERS.

HOW DO THE THREATS DIFFER?THEY REALLY DIFFER IN 2 VERY BIG DIFFERENT WAYS.

THE FIRST FROM A PHYSICAL STANDPOINT.

THE COMPACT NATURE AND FOOTPRINT OFTHESE MOBILE DEVICES MAKE THEM ALITTLE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO BEING LOST OR STOLEN.

THE SECOND WAY THAT THEY REALLY DIFFER IS FROM A CYBER POINT OFVIEW.

SO, FROM A PHYSICAL STANDPOINT,IN THAT MOMENT THAT YOU LOSE OR YOUR DEVICE IS STOLEN.

WHAT YOU WANT TO HAVE IS A FEATURE THAT WILL LOCATE, LOCKAND WIPE THAT DEVICE.

WOW.

IF IT'S JUST GONE.

FROM A CYBER PERSPECTIVE.

THE THREATS REALLY MANIFEST THEMSELVES IN THE FORM OF THEAPPLICATIONS THAT WE'RE ALL DOWNLOADING AND USING.

WHAT WE DON'T KNOW SOMETIMES IS THAT THESE APPS THAT DOWNLOADAND USE ARE ACTUALLY COLLECTING A LITTLE BIT MORE INFORMATIONABOUT US THAN WE MIGHT THINK.

OH NO.

YEAH.

YEAH.

AND IT SEEMS THAT SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS ARE GETTING CHEAPERAND CHEAPER.

AND WE CAN JUST REPLACE THEM.

WHY SHOULD WE PROTECT THEM? BECAUSE IT'S REALLY NOT ABOUTPROTECTING THAT DEVICE THAT'S GETTING CHEAPER AND CHEAPER.

IT'S ABOUT PROTECTING THE INFORMATION THAT YOU'RE PUTTINOUT.

THAT'S GETTING MORE AND MOREVALUABLE.

NOW, MANY MOMS AND DADS GIVETHEIR KIDS THEIR OLD LAPTOPS, TABLETS, PHONES.

I AM SO GUILTY OF THIS.

HOW CAN WE BE SURE THAT THOSEARE PROTECTED.

WELL, I'M GUILTY OF IT TOO.

SO THAT'S WHY I UNDERSTAND THIS ONE.

OK.

I WOULD SAY THE FIRST THING ISMAKE SURE THE DEVICE THAT YOU'RE GIVING YOUR CHILD OR TEEN ORTWEEN HAS THE APPROPRIATE COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY ON THEDEVICE.

YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE IT HASFEATURES LIKE PARENTAL CONTROLS AND INTERNET SEARCH FILTERS.

THE ABILITY FOR THE KIDS TO UNDERSTAND THAT IF THEY AREABOUT TO HIT A GOOD SITE, OR A BAD ONE.

YOU KNOW, AS ADULTS WE KIND OF HAVE THAT 6TH SENSE.

RIGHT.

IF SOMETHING JUST FEELS RIGHT.

BUT OUR KIDS JUST HAVEN'T DEVELOPED THAT YET.

AND SO THAT'S WHY IT'S SO IMPORTANT TO HAVE A TECHNOLOGYTHAT'S GOT THEIR BACK.

TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE SURFINGTHE INTERNET AND ENGAGING WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE ABSOLUTESAFEST WAY POSSIBLE.

AND BEST THING ABOUT THATMACAFEE LIVE SAFE PRODUCT THAT WE'VE JUST BROUGHT TO MARKET.

IT DOES ALL OF THAT.

OH WELL THAT'S GREAT.

WHAT'S YOUR ONE BIG TAKE AWAY? WHAT'S THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGIS YOU COULD SAY ONE THING? IF I COULD SAY ONE THING, ITWOULD BE HAVE PROTECTION ON THE MOBILE DEVICES.

THEY CONNECT TO THE SAME INTERNET THAT YOUR PC DOES ANDTHEY ARE ABSOLUTELY AS VULNERABLE TO SAME KINDS OFTHREATS TO HAVING MOBILE PROTECTION ON ALL OF THOSEDEVICES ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL.

MACAFEE LIVE SAFE IS THE PERFECTPRODUCT TO DO THAT.

CAN YOU JUST COME OVER AND LOOKTHROUGH MY HOUSE.

I'D BE HAPPY TO.

STACEY IT'S ALWAYS TO GREAT TO HAVE YOU HERE.

WHAT A GREAT WAY TO WRAP UP OUR WHOLE SERIES ON SECURITY ANDDIGITAL SECURITY.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR JOININGUS.

I ENJOYED IT.

THANK YOU.

THANKS.

AND IT YOU'D LIKE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PROTECTING YOURTABLETS, MOBILE DEVICES, AND OTHER DIGITAL SERVICES PLEASEVISIT LIVESAFE.

COM THAT'S LIVESAFE.

COMAND SHARE YOUR SECURITY CONCERNS WITH US ONFACEBOOK AT BALANCINGACTFANS.

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antivirus windows firewall software windows security center can’t be started

Hi Windows security system can’t be started Do you face this problem? Click start then select control panel System and security then click action center Notice windows security center service (important) In red color it means important action needed Click on turn on now Action center massage appear The Windows security system can’t be started How to solve it?Click on windows start write service on search box On search result right click on service Select run as administrator Browse service local and select security center We can enlarge the description pan that explain the function Select security center and double click Security center properties pop up Or you can right click on security center and select properties On security center properties pop up go to startup type You discover it is disable select automatic from the drop down list Then click apply and click start and press ok and close the service local Click on windows start select control panel System and security then click action center Now window firewall is turned off or setup incorrectly Click on turn on now Then click turn on manually update firewall click use recommended setting Windows firewall error code massage pop up Click on windows start write service on search box On search result right click on service Select run as administrator Browse service local and select firewall it was disabled Double click firewall properties pop up On firewall properties pop up go to startup type You discover it is disable select automatic from the drop down list Then click apply and click start and press ok and close the service local And now network firewall is on Windows firewall is actively protecting your computer That’s it Thank you for watching fawziacademy please subscribe.

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The difference between software quality and security defects

Both quality and security defects are bugs,right.

They’re software defects at the end of the day.

It’s really the effect of thosedefects, and who can exploit them and in what way that makes them a quality or securityproblem.

Now, I think developers tend to be less well trained on security as a group.

Quality problems, they tend to be able to recognize better and be able to fix better.

But ultimately these are code level problems and as such, I don’t think there’s reallya clear line between the two.

If you look at many programs, and many programming languages,the exact same bug could be both quality problem and security problem.

And I that that blurringis not necessarily a bad thing, it’s a good thing, because it makes developers realizethat they need to look at the quality and the security of the software together, inorder to get it right.

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Coverity and Synopsys: Providing Software Quality and Security

So as you heard Aart talk about in his keynote,about a month ago we signed an agreement to acquire Coverity that enters for us the SoftwareQuality and Analysis measurement market.

You can see this is a large market.

It’s about500 million dollars today according to IDC and growing pretty rapidly, about 20 percentper year.

The good news is that with this announcement, we enter this market as theleader.

So why is this market growing so rapidly.

Well I think it’s obvious to everyone that the role of software in the world is justdramatically exploding.

We see in our traditional customer base, and among the companies thatare here at SNUG, many many companies are hiring more software engineers than hardwareengineers today.

And then you look outside of the companies that are attending SNUG today,and many many industries are basically based on software.

Their main differentiation ison software.

They are essentially software companies, whether they are energy companiesor retail companies or telecommunications companies or oil and gas companies.

It’sall built on a software infrastructure.

And if you think about software, it has reallychanged, how we’ve developed software, very much over the last 20 years.

Software is stilldeveloped more or less like cars were developed a hundred years ago.

We write the software.

We get in it, we drive it along and we wait for a wheel to fall off.

And when that happens,we figure out why the wheel fell off, slap it back on, get back in the car and go a littlebit further down the road, and figure out why that wheel came off, etc.

etc.

So this is great but it is really not going to work moving forward.

You see all the timethe cost of software defects exploding.

As a matter of fact, this is probably one ofthe major items in the nightly news.

Now it has always been a problem.

All the way backin 1962, software was destroying space crafts but back then, it was probably a yearly occurrence.

Now you can’t turn on the tv without learning about some major corporation that’s beenembarrassed or practically destroyed or lost 10 percent of their revenue or lost a bunchof their market cap or lost 500 million dollars in just a few minutes because of some defectin software.

So it’s hard to say exactly how much thisis really costing the world but there have been a couple of attempts.

Back in 2002, theNational Institute of Standards estimated that software defects were costing the U.

S.

Economy about 60 billion dollars at that time.

More recently Cambridge University, in 2011,came out with a study in 2012, saying that software defects cost the world economy somethingover 300 billion dollars.

So the scary part isn’t so much what happens now, the 300billion dollars that we’re spending on software defects now.

But it’s really what happensfive and ten years from now if this problem doesn’t get solved.

Right now, softwareis… I think we’re ending the era of flat software.

I’ve talked to customers in thelast month that have 500 million lines of software.

But mostly, it’s just sittingthere and one piece of it is executing at a time.

Now we’re entering an era wherewe’re going to have software in our cars, interacting with navigation systems, drivingour cars for us or at least assisting us, getting much much more complicated.

Much muchmore interactive.

And we just can’t afford to continue forward and end up spending trillionsof dollars in the world working on software defects.

So what can we do about this.

I think it’s time to put some real engineering power behindthis.

You saw this slide that Aart talked about this morning.

This was essentially the‘what if’ slide that launched Synopsys.

And the idea here was, what if a developercan come up with a high level design description, run it through some Secret Technology X, andcome out with a correct schematic.

Wouldn’t that be wonderful.

And that’s really theinnovation that launched the digital revolution.

I mean, there were many.

But without logicsynthesis, we would not have the computers and the mobile technology etc.

that we havetoday, that is essentially driving everything.

So in software, is it possible to do somethingsimilar.

What if there was a software developer and instead of coming up with a concept fora chip, he was writing software.

He was writing C code and I’m sure most of you have alreadydiscerned the bug in that code there… That’s a little piece of bad code.

Unfortunately,the bug in there is one that is going to be intermittent and very hard to find becauseit’s not going to act the same way every time you find it.

But it’s an easy bug toadd.

We all do it, all the time.

In all my coding, every day, I do the same thing.

Whatif you were able to come up with a Technology Y that would go in and identify, without runningand waiting for the wheel to fall off, identify exactly what’s wrong with the code.

Goingback and telling the developer.

Maybe even eventually fixing it for him and allowingyou to spit out good code right after that.

That would be pretty important.

And that’sexactly what Coverity does.

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