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Filed under: Conference Speakers — Administrator @ 5:57 pm

April 25, 2005

Presentation Title: Internet Explorer Security: Past, Present, and Future
Presentation Details:

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team is on the frontline of the battle to protect users from malware and social attacks. Tony Chor will outline threats to secure browsing, discuss Microsoft’s response with Internet Explorer for Windows XP SP2, and detail the implementation of safety features in the upcoming Internet Explorer 7.0, such as the Phishing Filter and Protected Mode.

About Tony:

Tony Chor is the Group Program Manager of the Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team. He is responsible for leading the IE team’s security response as well as for driving the design, development, and release of new versions of IE including IE 6 in XP SP2 and IE 7 for XP and Windows Vista.

Tony is a fifteen year veteran of Microsoft and has worked on a variety of projects including digital imaging in Windows Vista, MSN Explorer, Works, Encarta Online, Bookshelf, Picture It!, and Golf. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University.

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