Microsoft security chief to step down

Monday, 27 March 2006, 12:16 AM EST

After four years at the helm of Microsoft's security group, Mike Nash is taking a break. This June he will go on sabbatical after handing over responsibilities to his replacement, Ben Fathi.

Nash led Microsoft's Security Technology Unit during a period in which the security of Microsoft's products was increasingly scrutinized following a number of worldwide worm attacks, including Slammer and MyDoom.

At InfoWorld.

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