Microsoft: Government should fund security study for business

Tuesday, 12 April 2005, 7:06 AM EST

Governments should fund long-term security research that could be transferred to the private sector for commercial deployment, said Microsoft's global security chief.

Scott Charney, vice-president of security at Microsoft, called for governments and the private sector to work in "smart partnerships" to improve security.

By Bill Goodwin at MicroScope.

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