Stung by a number of embarrassing security vulnerabilities in recent weeks, Microsoft Corp. has made "Trustworthy Computing" a top goal and even delayed shipment of its new .Net tools so it could perform a last-minute security audit. At Gartner Inc.'s Midsize Enterprise Conference here this week, Cliff Reeves, Microsoft's vice president of Windows.Net product management, laid out Microsoft's security road map for attendees at the conference. He spoke to Computerworld about security flaws and user concerns -- and what Microsoft is doing about them.
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