Feds, Microsoft sign whole of govt security deal

Wednesday, 5 April 2006, 11:25 AM EST

The Australian federal government has signed a whole-of-government agreement with Microsoft to exchange information on security issues ranging from cyberterrorism and general security bulletins.

As part of the arrangement, Microsoft will provide the Australian federal government with a monthly security bulletin and in return Microsoft will have closer contact with government agencies to learn how Microsoft products are being used and operating.

At Computerworld.

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