Microsoft releases privacy and security guide for policy makers
Posted on 29 March 2013.
Microsoft released the third volume of its popular policymaker booklet, Building Global Trust Online, which includes considerations and guidance for a number of new safety-related topics, including combating human trafficking, online bullying and botnets.


You can download, print, and distribute the guide as a 90-page brochure, in individual sections, or as two-page topical guides. Each two-page guide includes a list of resources and links to websites that provide additional support.

Each topic in the guide contains an issue overview; a summary of Microsoft’s response to the issue, including technology products, services, and global collaborations, as well as a list of helpful resources and links for further reading and support.

Topics addressing cybersecurity include:
  • Cyber Security – an Overview
  • Cybersecurity Norms
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Supply Chain Security
  • Collective Defense: Applying Public Health Models to Internet Security, and
  • Combating Botnets.





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