Video: Trustworthy Internet Movement Initiative
by Mirko Zorz - Thursday, 1 March 2012.
During his keynote at RSA Conference 2012, Philippe Courtot, Chairman and CEO at Qualys, addressed issues facing the entire information security industry.

Courtot also announced a new cross-industry, non-profit being launched, called the Trustworthy Internet Movement. It is a vendor-neutral organization with a mission to resolve major lingering security issues on the Internet, such as SSL governance and the spread of botnets and malware and to ensure that security is built into the very fabric of private and public clouds.

For more details and insight, watch the video below:



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