Rise of Malicious Software and Increasing Privacy Concerns – TwC Interactive Timeline

Bruce Cowper writes on the Microsoft Security Blog: Continuing the Interactive Timeline series outlining some of the seminal events that have occurred over the last decade, this post looks at more of the key events that shaped the early Millennium, helping to create the perfect storm.  Rise of Malicious Software In 1991, about 1,000 computer…

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Cloud Fundamentals Video Series: Cloud Computing Privacy at Microsoft, Part 1

Tim Rains, Director, Trustworthy Computing, writes on the Trustworthy Computing blog: Cloud computing is a top of mind issue for many customers, and privacy issues are among some of our customers biggest concerns.  Protecting privacy is part of Microsoft’s long-term commitment to Trustworthy Computing, and we strive to build privacy protections into all of our…

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The Week in Online Safety, March 12, 2012

The Week in Online Safety, March 12, 2012A weekly global roundup of online safety news, policy developments, research, and influence NewsU.K. –  The hurt caused by private lives being made public, The Guardian, Mar. 10, 2012 U.S. – Are Social Networks Sexualizing Young Girls?, Shine, Mar. 9, 2012  U.S. –  Temptation to overshare online can…

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Building Global Trust Online Volume 2: Policymaker Guide to Privacy, Safety, and Security

Today, I’m happy to announce we are releasing Building Global Trust Online Volume 2: Policymaker Guide to Privacy, Safety, and Security at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit in Washington, D.C. Complimentary copies are available for conference attendees at the Microsoft booth, and a digital version is available online.  The guide…

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