Not operational, but may well be: New M$ "Chief Security Strategist"

Microsoft Names Scott Charney as Chief Security Strategist

PricewaterhouseCoopers Principal to Lead Microsoft Security Efforts

REDMOND, Wash. -- Jan. 31, 2002 --Microsoft Corp. today announced that
Scott Charney, a principal for PricewaterhouseCoopers' Cybercrime
Prevention and Response Practice, has agreed to join Microsoft as
chief security strategist. Charney will focus on developing strategies
to enhance the security of Microsoft� products, services and
infrastructures as part of the Trustworthy Computing initiative. He is
scheduled to start work at Microsoft on the first of April.

Scott is better known for his DoJ time.