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    By Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft At Microsoft, we know that customer trust is essential to our business. People will use technology only if they can trust it, and our commitment to protecting customer data is an important element in building and maintaining that trust. The issue...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's cloud contracts approved by European privacy authorities

    By Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft A big milestone was achieved this week. The Article 29 Working Party, a collection of 28 European Union data protection authorities, announced that Microsoft’s contractual approach to enterprise cloud services is in line with EU data protection...
  • Blog Post: RSA Conference 2014: Microsoft’s Trust Principles

    By Jeff Jones, Director, Trustworthy Computing 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...
  • Blog Post: RSA Conference 2014: Microsoft’s commitment to protecting customers

    By Jeff Jones, Director, Trustworthy Computing 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...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft announces Brussels Transparency Center at Munich Security Conference

    By Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer Today my colleague Matt Thomlinson, Vice President, Microsoft Security, was on a panel entitled “Rebooting Trust? Freedom vs. Security in Cyberspace” at the long standing (it is in its 50th year!) Munich Security Conference. This discussion about...
  • Blog Post: Commemorating Data Privacy Day 2014

    By TwC Staff Privacy is a central element of Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing effort. Tomorrow, on Data Privacy Day (or Data Protection Day in Europe), Microsoft will join others from around the world in commemorating this annual milestone. Data Privacy Day (DPD), which occurs annually on Jan...
  • Blog Post: The Future of Privacy Models and Legislative Frameworks

    By Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer In our data-rich world, there’s mounting concern that today’s privacy models and legislative frameworks are less effective in terms of protecting people’s privacy than when they were developed. It’s time to evolve our collective thinking...
  • Blog Post: Cloud Security: New Challenges, Same Principles

    By Adrienne Hall, General Manager, Trustworthy Computing “There is no such thing as a secure cloud,” according to Greg Ferro, who moderated the panel discussion in which I participated at the GigaOM Structure: Europe conference . And so began a lively conversation with Greg and other industry...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Joins European Commission’s CEO Coalition on Child Online Safety

    Posted by: Peter Cullen, General Manager, Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft Today, European Union Commissioner Neelie Kroes announced the formation of the ‘CEO Coalition on Child Online Safety.’ Microsoft is pleased to be a founding member of this coalition, which is a collective effort...
  • Blog Post: Trust and Transparency Continue to be Important for Cloud Customers

    By Adrienne Hall, General Manager, Trustworthy Computing The second annual Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) EMEA Congress was held last month in Edinburgh, Scotland, where several hundred business leaders and security professionals participated in an interesting series of sessions and interactive demonstrations...
  • Blog Post: Building a Secure Cloud

    Posted by Adrienne Hall , general manager, Trustworthy Computing Can we build a truly secure cloud? It’s a challenging goal, and the topic of a panel discussion on which I’ll be participating during GigaOM’s Structure:Europe conference in September. Security is an important consideration...