Roger's Security Blog

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

November, 2011

  • Finally I have the app: TouchMountain–a “must have” (at least for me)

    As I said in one of my recent posts Comparing Windows Phone 7 and iPhone , there are very few apps I am (and now was) missing on my Windows Phone 7 compared to what I know of the iPhone Apps. Actually the one which I was really missing was something like...
  • How to manage “Bring your own device”

    A few years back a customer’s CSO left the room when I said that this customer should start thinking about a scenario, where selected users bring their own devices – he called me “nuts”. Well, I think the smartphone area proofed me right. Basically the...
  • Cyber War Will Not Take Place

    I have to admit – it is not my title but it caught my attention. Over the course of the last few years, the term “Cyberwar” came up all over the place. I was recently reading a book on it, where there was a chapter called “Definition of Cyberwar” and...
  • Cooperation against Cybercrime- Octopus Conference

    lt is time again! The Council of Europe Octopus Conference on Cooperation against Cybercrime is taking place this week. This year it is even the 10th anniversary of the Budapest Convention. Therefore a broad country of legal, law enforcement and private...
  • Council of Europe Octopus Conference- Some Thoughts

    l am still sitting in the parliament room of the Council of Europe at the celebration event for the Budapest Convention. It was another very good event advancing the challenges fighting Cybercrime. Let me try to summarize a few thoughts: The Budapest...
  • Connecting with your Windows Phone 7

    I tried to convince my wife that using the Windows Phone 7 to keep track of the shopping to do is a cool idea. Well, she is not there (yet). And now I saw the latest commercial… Probably I should convince my kids, not my wife Roger