Roger's Security Blog

As Chief Security Advisor of Microsoft EMEA - lets share interesting security information

May, 2010

  • Microsoft Security Intelligence Report – What it means for EMEA

    “Unfortunately” I have been on vacation when we released the Security Intelligence Report last week. Nevertheless I would like to take the opportunity and look at it more from a EMEA perspective. One of the interesting data points we always publish is...
  • Hacking the Human Body

    Years ago I was sitting in a healthcare event, when a researcher was talking (very excited) about the idea of having a pacemaker with Bluetooth access to fine-tune the system and read information from the sensors. Even though this might medically be a...
  • The “KHOBE – 8.0 earthquake” – What’s behind it

    On different social media this article actually gets tremendous coverage: KHOBE – 8.0 earthquake for Windows desktop security software . Now, before you read the rest here, I am not an AV-specialist nor do I have very deep, deep knowledge on the details...
  • Virtual Keynotes – Do we always have to travel?

    The week before the last one, it happened to me – like it happened to thousand of other travelers all across the globe: I got stranded. Luckily for me I should have been flying out from home rather than flying home and being “stuck” home is much easier...
  • Update on the Khobe “vulnerability”

    Just an update on my recent post  on The “KHOBE – 8.0 earthquake” – What’s behind it . In the meantime we worked with Matousec and confirmed that neither Microsoft Security Essentials nor Forefront Client Security are affected by this “vulnerability...
  • Update on our Forefront Strategy

    As I was on vacation last week, I could not blog on that but still – if you do not have seen that, you should look into this blog post by the Froefront team. I hope it clarifies certain questions you might have: Update on Forefront security management...
  • How to Align Work Live and Private Live

    It is often talked about the “New World of Work” or sometimes it is about bringing virtual and physical organizations together – which is often called the Hybrid organization. The Hybrid organization has different aspects: People, Technology and Buildings...
  • Identity in the Cloud

    Kim Cameron, one of our key identity architects had an interesting presentation on identity in the cloud and a corresponding interview. Both are worth looking at if you are planning to move into the direction of the cloud. Especially as it is definitely...