Microsoft Chief Security Officer on safety and the social Web - video

Bret Arsenault before working as Microsoft's Chief Security Officer, he worked extensively on the creation of the Microsoft Security Risk Assessment (MSRA) methodology, which is a standardized framework to assess and provide guidance to Microsoft customers on their security risk.With Microsoft since 1990, Arsenault has been integrally involved in the development of Microsoft's U.S. Emergency Response […]

Bret Arsenault before working as Microsoft's Chief Security Officer, he worked extensively on the creation of the Microsoft Security Risk Assessment (MSRA) methodology, which is a standardized framework to assess and provide guidance to Microsoft customers on their security risk.

With Microsoft since 1990, Arsenault has been integrally involved in the development of Microsoft's U.S. Emergency Response Plan, the Worldwide Security Mobilization effort, and the Trustworthy Computing Task Force.

Watch this video to hear Bret talk about his personal experiences teaching his friends and family how to navigate the social Web, with a focus on social networking Web sites.

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