It is kind of a tradition that Scott Charney, our Corporate Vice President for Trustworthy Computing, is speaking at RSA. If you look back, he always showed the evolution of Trustworthy Computing and spoke about e.g. End to End Trust and other concepts we use to envision the future of the security ecosystem.
This year, he will talk about collaborative defense – a collaboration which is much needed as you know if you read my blog.
Here is an abstract of what he will be talking about:
At RSA this year Scott Charney, corporate vice president of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, will present a keynote session on Collective Defense: Collaborating to Create a Safer Internet. Scott will highlight computing trends and discuss the reality of evolving cyber threats. He will share Microsoft’s vision about how we can collectively work together to improve security protections for all Internet users. The keynote will be at 9:00 am on Tuesday, February 15, in North Hall D, Moscone Center (KEY-101). Follow @MSFTSecurity on Twitter for news and information.
If you are interested in the keynote – and I definitely think you should – it will be streamed and recorded on the RSA site