Microsoft Chief Security Officer chats about safety and the social Web

Bret Arsenault knows about security.


Before he was Chief Security Officer at Microsoft, he worked extensively on the creation of the Microsoft Security Risk Assessment (MSRA) methodology, a standardized framework used to evaluate security issues and provide guidance to Microsoft customers about it.


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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About the Author
Eve Blakemore

Group Manager, Trustworthy Computing

Eve Blakemore is a Group Manager for Trustworthy Computing who delivers consumer guidance around the latest trends in security and privacy. Eve joined Microsoft in 1998 and has worked in corporate and field roles with Microsoft Learning, US Public Sector, Read more »