Microsoft talks the talk on security

Wednesday, 24 July 2002, 7:42 PM EST

We spoke with Steve Adler, a senior consultant with Microsoft, and the man responsible for the company's "Trustworthy Computing" initiative in EMEA, at Tech Ed, Microsoft's developer event in Barcelona during early July. Adler says that Microsoft's much publicised security initiative puts it ahead of the open source community.

"We need to lead the industry," said Adler. "We must lead a security initiative across the whole industry, to adopt a more secure mindset. If we want our customers to exploit the Internet to the full, we have to lead them."

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