Microsoft takes aim at security 'myths'

Tuesday, 13 September 2005, 1:45 PM EST

Microsoft pushed security to the front of its Tech.Ed agenda on the Gold Coast this month, aiming to debunk what it claimed were common myths about IT security.

The software giant held a session titled 'Debunking Security Myths' for developers and other IT workers at its Tech.Ed conference. Jesper Johanssen, enterprise security architect at Microsoft, told delegates and news media at the conference that business users often failed to realise that security was always a trade-off.

By Fleur Doidge at IT News.

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