Microsoft security chief issues call to arms to protect metaverse

The nature of the metaverse, which offers the possibility of less centralised control of content and users, also is a challenge for those trying to protect customers. — Bloomberg

Microsoft Corp’s new security chief Charlie Bell issued a call to arms to build protection from hackers and criminals in the emerging metaverse from the start of the new technology. "There’s going to be a lot of innovation and there will be a lot of struggling to figure out what has to be done,” Bell said in an interview.

"But I think because of the speed, there will be fast innovation on the security side.”

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