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Bruce Schneier Becomes CTO of Co3 Systems 37

Posted by samzenpus
from the welcome-aboard dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Co3 Systems announced that Bruce Schneier has officially joined the company in the role of its first CTO. Schneier joins Co3 after spending seven years as BT's Chief Security Technology Officer and the previous seven years as CTO of Counterpane Security. Schneier's formal engagement with Co3 Systems began early last year when he joined the company's Advisory Board. His intersections with the Co3 team date much farther back to when he and Co3's CEO John Bruce worked together at Counterpane."
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Bruce Schneier Becomes CTO of Co3 Systems

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  • But CO3 [wikipedia.org] is highly unstable.
    • Re: (Score:2, Funny)

      by Anonymous Coward

      You're an idiot, their clearly talking about Cobalt and not a carbon-oxide, learn to read.

  • Sun rise today will be at 5:59am, 6:59am for day light savings time.
    • The sun never sets on the British Empire! It also never sets on the French Empire. I'm sure you could argue that it doesn't set on the Americunt Empire for that matter.

      Personally, I make sure the sun never sets on me, and therefore there never is a sun rise, by fleeing west ahead of it. My birthday shall never end!

      • by zekele2 (1556449)

        The sun never sets on the British Empire!

        ...because you can't trust an Englishman in the dark :)

  • Have fun

Nothing in progression can rest on its original plan. We may as well think of rocking a grown man in the cradle of an infant. -- Edmund Burke