One of the best things about the RSA Conference is the incredible exchange of ideas that takes place, and this year was no exception.
Microsoft’s security and privacy leaders were busy, not just with their own presentations, but also in discussions with other thought leaders, industry professionals and customers from around the world. See more >>
Today at the RSA Conference, we heard from people at the Microsoft booth, including several company representatives and some of the customers who stopped by to talk with them.
In our daily video report from the conference, we take you inside the booth, where you’ll hear directly from the people there. See more >>
The keynote sessions at the RSA Conference are always compelling. This year’s presentations at the Moscone Center in San Francisco have been some of the best I’ve seen, with a strong focus on government surveillance programs and what they mean for the IT industry.
In his keynote speech, Trustworthy Computing Corporate Vice President, Scott Charney, discussed “Conundrums in Cyberspace”, along with his take on the sometimes conflicting roles of government as it relates to the internet. See more >>
Greetings from RSA Conference 2014 in San Francisco. Microsoft is proud to be part of the important discussions taking place this week, and I'll be bringing you daily video reports with highlights from the event.
Our first installment takes a look at the week ahead, including the keynote address from Trustworthy Computing Corporate Vice President, Scott Charney, and an overview of the briefing sessions featuring Microsoft security and privacy experts. See more >>
The annual RSA Conference USA in San Francisco brings together many of the brightest minds in IT security and features a wide range of important, thought-provoking discussions. An estimated 26,000 guests will attend this year’s conference, which runs next week, from Feb. 24-28.
Microsoft is a conference sponsor and we’ll present several speaker sessions during the week. One highlight is the keynote presentation on Feb. 25 by Scott Charney, Corporate Vice President of Trustworthy Computing. In his session, entitled: Conundrums in Cyberspace : Exploiting security in the name of, well, security, Scott will discuss the company’s commitment to protecting customers in the wake of recent disclosures of widespread government surveillance programs. See more >>