Interview: Security guru looks back at Trustworthy Computing

In the realm of security, 2002 was the year that Microsoft began a serious effort to create a portfolio of Windows and .NET servers that can better withstand unwelcome intrusions. Many of this year's critical vulnerabilities were discovered by David Litchfield, a well-known security expert and co-founder of Next Generation Security Software, which is based in Sutton, England. Litchfield offers some observations about Windows security in the year of the Trustworthy Computing Initiative, and offers some tips for IT administrators.

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