Scott Charney

CVP, Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft

Scott Charney is Vice President for Security Policy at Microsoft, working with public and private sector organizations to develop and implement strategies to help secure the IT ecosystem. Prior to his current position, Charney led Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Group, enforcing Microsoft’s mandatory security engineering policies and implementing Microsoft’s security strategy. Before that, Charney served as Chief of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) at the US Department of Justice (DOJ). He currently serves as Vice Chair of the President’s National Security and Telecommunications Advisory Committee.