Prof. Lotrionte Speaks on PBS on the Malware "Flame"

On May 30, Professor Lotrionte spoke on the PBS News Hour program "Flame: Trying to Unravel the Mystery of 'Sophisticated' Spying Malware." This discussion with PBS's Jeffrey Brown and Dave Shackleford of the Institute for Applied Network Security examined the risks, unique characteristics, and impacts of the malware Flame, which has made headlines after showing up in computers across the Middle East. Professor Lotrionte spoke specifically on the malware's capabilities as a cyber espionage tool and how knowing its targets can help identify its purpose.

To view PBS's segment with Professor Lotrionte, click www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/science/jan-june12/theflame_05-30.html.