As we celebrate our 25th anniversary over the next month, we’re paying tribute to the women and men who helped build the success story that is F-Secure. You can experience that story here and help us fight malware in our anniversary arcade game.
Today we speak to Account Manager Morgan MacDonald who joined F-Secure in 2006.
Where were you 25 years ago?
July of 1988 I had just finished my 2nd year at UCLA and was visiting Chicago, IL where I saw a little known band, Guns N’ Roses open for Aerosmith.
What’s surprised you most since you’ve joined F-Secure?
The most surprising thing since joining F-Secure is what a significant and major impact our small sized company has on the security industry.
What’s your favorite piece of technology?
One of the more interesting pieces of technology today is seen in the automotive industry. It is the concept of self-driving/parking vehicles. The next evolution of this technology will be incredibly impactful on society.
What F-Secure memory is most irreplaceable to you?
In 2007/08, the excellent response we had to two of the last major outbreaks, Storm Worm and Conficker. Let’s hope the security industry never sees these types of events again.
How will the world be different in 25 years?
A major difference will be the user interface used to interact with technology. For the most part gesture based, either big movements or smaller finger based, will replace touchpad, stick, trackball and mouse as a way of interacting with technology. (great news for those who don’t like germs) Keypads/keyboards will remain and the QWERTY concept at least for some regions will remain unchanged with the exception of additional short-cut keys with more commonly
25 Fellows for 25 Years
Mikko Hypponen – 1991
Jyrki Airola — 1994
Pekka Usva — 1995
Kim Englund — 1996
Pirkka Palomäki — 1997
Ilkka Ranta — 1997
Veli-Jussi Kesti — 1998
Taneli Virtanen — 1999
Kalle Korpi — 2001
Mike Graham — 2001
Miska Repo– 2004
Suh Gim Goh –2010
Orestis Kostakis — 2010
Harri Kiljander — 2010
Pratima Potturu — 2010
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