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What does STU stand for?

STU stands for Security Technology Unit


This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Last spring, for instance, Jeff Jones, a director in Microsoft's security technology unit, and Mike Shaver, the vice president of engineering at Mozilla, traded barbs about browser security after Danish security vendor Secunia published a report that said Firefox had nearly four times as many flaws as IE during 2008.
In today's changing world, businesses require a security strategy that accounts for the physical, virtual, mobile and global aspects of their business," said Cisco security technology unit general manager Tom Gillis.
In today's changing world, businesses require a security strategy that accounts for the physical, virtual, mobile and global aspects of their business," said Cisco security technology unit general manager Tom Gillis.
In his keynote address at the RSA Conference Europe 2006, Microsoft Corp (Nasdaq: MSFT) Security Technology Unit Corporate Vice President Ben Fathi discussed the evolution of the computing ecosystem and malicious software landscape, and called on the IT security industry to team with Microsoft in investing in continued innovation to keep pace with ever-evolving threats.
Last spring, for instance, Jeff Jones, a director in Microsoft's security technology unit, and Mike Shaver, the vice president of engineering at Mozilla, traded barbs about browser security after Danish security vendor Secunia published a report that said Firefox had nearly four times as many flaws as IE during 2008.
We are pleased with the global security partner support we have received on Windows Vista and that our customers will have security solutions from CA for Windows Vista," said Ben Fathi, corporate vice president of the Security Technology Unit at Microsoft Corp.
REDMOND, Washington, October 6 /PRNewswire/ -- - Microsoft Announces New Product to Help Protect Business Customers, Collaborates With Governments and Industry on Evolving Threats Today in Munich, Germany, Steve Ballmer, Microsoft Corp's chief executive officer, and Mike Nash, corporate vice president of the Security Technology Unit, outlined Microsoft's companywide strategy and product road map for helping secure the breadth of its customers from home PC users to businesses of all sizes.