The RSA Conference today announced the lineup of keynote speakers for the annual conference in San Francisco, April 21:

Scott Charney, Corporate Vice President for Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft Corp.
Trustworthy Computing (TwC) is Microsoft's effort to help ensure a secure, private and reliable experience for computer users. In this capacity, Charney works with business groups throughout Microsoft to ensure their products and services adhere to Microsoft's security and privacy policies. Charney's presentation will explore a more trusted, privacy-enhanced Internet experience where devices and software enable people to make more effective choices and take control over who, and what, to trust online.

The RSA Conference programs provides an abstract of Charney's keynote:

Moving Towards ‘End to End Trust': A Collaborative Effort
Imagine a more trusted, privacy enhanced Internet experience where devices and software enable people to make more effective choices and take control over who, and what, to trust online. To achieve this vision, the industry must come together to enable technological innovation, evolve global public policy, and foster societal shifts around the issues of privacy and security. Join Scott Charney, Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Trustworthy Computing, to hear more about advances towards a state of ‘End to End Trust'.

End to End Trust is an ongoing Microsoft initiative, which was first announced at last year's RSA Conference.  Much more information, including Scott Charney's Read Microsoft's End to End Trust White Paper are available on the End to End Trust website.