Adrienne Hall, general manager of Microsoft Trustworthy Computing, outlines Microsoft investments in three areas that contribute to trust, transparency and compliance: the development of secure cloud offerings; datacenter security; and incident response – communication to customers if and when the unexpected occurs.
How does the financial industry, which handles trillions of transactions that involve sensitive information each year, protect itself and its consumers? A report released by Microsoft on Tuesday looks to shed light on that by examining secure application development processes in the financial industry.
The Microsoft Security Response Center recently published the September 2013 Security Bulletin Webcast Questions & Answers page that answers a variety of questions including those around Office bulletins and SharePoint Server.
On Monday, Microsoft Trustworthy Computing released “CISO Perspectives: Compliance in the Cloud,” a new report that provides insights from chief information security officers (CISOs) at some of the world’s largest organizations on the challenges, success factors and potential solutions of compliance.
The Trustworthy Computing Blog has published a CISO Perspectives article providing insights on the challenges, success factors and potential solutions on the topic of risk. Just in case you’re wondering, a CISO is a chief information security officer, a role that will only increase in importance in IT organizations.
“It’s a challenging goal,” said Adrienne Hall, general manager of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, but as she shares in a blog post, Microsoft is laser-focused on building and maintaining trust in its cloud offerings.