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REDMOND, Oct 26: Microsoft is committed to complying with the law of the land when it comes to data privacy and will honour data localisation requests from all countries, including India.

"We will have to comply with data laws of various countries. That is mandatory for us. We are already fully compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and will do the same with other countries' data protection laws," Ann Johnson, Corporate Vice President, Cybersecurity Solutions Group at Microsoft, told IANS.

Over 1.2 billion people use Microsoft Office in 140 countries and 107 languages around the world so the task to safeguard their data is humongous.

According to Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph, the security researchers are today analysing trillion of cyber threat signals -- including 400 billion Outlook emails, 1.2 billion Microsoft devices, over 750 million Azure Cloud accounts and over 200 global partners and commercial services. - IANS

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Microsoft to honour data localisation requests from governments

REDMOND, Oct 26: Microsoft is committed to complying with the law of the land when it comes to data privacy and will honour data localisation requests from all countries, including India.

"We will have to comply with data laws of various countries. That is mandatory for us. We are already fully compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and will do the same with other countries' data protection laws," Ann Johnson, Corporate Vice President, Cybersecurity Solutions Group at Microsoft, told IANS.

Over 1.2 billion people use Microsoft Office in 140 countries and 107 languages around the world so the task to safeguard their data is humongous.

According to Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph, the security researchers are today analysing trillion of cyber threat signals -- including 400 billion Outlook emails, 1.2 billion Microsoft devices, over 750 million Azure Cloud accounts and over 200 global partners and commercial services. - IANS

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