Twitter chief Dick Costolo will join the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. Microsoft's Scott Charney and McAfee's David DeWalt will be appointed too.
Microsoft's Scott Charney says company's identity management system can give consumers the power to control where their data ends up.
Corporate VP Scott Charney spoke at RSA and then stopped by CNET's San Francisco headquarters on Tuesday to talk about the ever-changing security landscape.
In an interview, Microsoft security executive Scott Charney tells CNET News' Ina Fried about the latest threats as well as new ways that Microsoft is trying to thwart the hackers.
Neil Charney, Microsoft director of product management, demonstrates some of Vista's functions, including publishing and information sharing at meetings.\r\n
In San Francisco, CNET News.com staff meet with Microsoft's Neil Charney and Jim Allchin to get a tour of some antiphishing and parental-control tools in Vista.
Neil Charney, Microsoft director of product management, demonstrates some ways application developers could use the new Vista platform for graphics and data presentation.\r\n
At tech-security confab, company says industry has fallen short in areas like "virus" control, where health-care pros have proved more prepared and agile.
Authors of cybersecurity bill criticized for privacy invasions used Facebook's enthusiasm to attract political support in D.C. Now the company's execs have backed away from CISPA.
Under Scott Charney's plan, ISPs would keep infected PCs off the Internet, much like doctors quarantine sick people and governments restrict smoking in public areas.