Network admins get peek at Microsoft's security

Wednesday, 23 June 2004, 6:23 AM EST

Speaking at Microsoft's Security Summit, a 20-city tour to showcase the software giant's latest technologies regarding Internet threats, Richard Devenuti, corporate vice president for Microsoft's Services and IT unit, highlighted improvements in the company's software and told how those improvements had been incorporated into Microsoft's own networks.

Perhaps the biggest change regarding security at Microsoft is that the issue has clout now, Devenuti said. The information technology group now has the power to hold up development or cut off someone's network access, he said.

By Robert Lemos at CNET.

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