Podcast: Microsoft claims increase in product security in Trustworthy Computing update

Microsoft issues security updates for its products every month, despite the introduction of its Trustworthy Computing initiative to raise security standards in its software.

Microsoft issues security updates for its products every month, despite the introduction of its Trustworthy Computing initiative to raise security standards in its software.

These continual updates, coupled with several unscheduled, emergency updates have led some end users to believe Trustworthy Computing (TwC) is failing.

ComputerWeekly’s Warwick Ashford asked Microsoft’s George Stathakopoulos, general manager for Trustworthy Computing security, for an update on a visit to the software company’s headquarters in Redmond.

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