Microsoft talks security, Trustworthy Computing

Wednesday, 17 November 2004, 12:15 PM EST

Several products announced this week to streamline software-patch delivery are just part of Microsoft Corp.'s overall efforts to tighten system security, Scott Charney told attendees of the IT Forum in Copenhagen today.

As Microsoft's chief Trustworthy Computing strategist, Charney laid out the company's security efforts with all the seriousness one would expect from a former public prosecutor and U.S. Department of Justice cybercrime chief.

By Scarlet Pruitt at Computerworld.

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