Talk to a Microsoft executive about Vista, and he'll tell you that security is the single most important feature of the forthcoming operating system.
So instead of taking their word for it, vnunet.com sat down with Michael Nash, Microsoft's corporate vice president for the security technology unit. He worked on bolstering Vista's security for the past four years.
You must do your own checks to make sure that your data is secure
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