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  • Blog Post: 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 one of the key challenges: This is Kim's presentation...
  • Blog Post: Ten Immutable Laws Of Security (Version 2.0)

    You might have known the 10 Immutable Laws Of Security since quite a while. It is kind of the “collected non-technical wisdom” of what we see in security respeonse being it in Microsoft Security Response Center or in our Security Product Support. There is now a version 2, which is still as important...
  • Blog Post: 10 Years of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft

    Before joining Microsoft a little bit more than 10 years ago, I ran a team at PricewarehoureCoopers on e-Business Risk Management – classical security consulting in the Internet bubble time. When I announced that I will leave PwC and join Microsoft, I got interesting reactions (and remember, this...
  • Blog Post: Interpol’s Chief’s Facebook Identity Stolen

    This is one of the risks, not a lot of people look into: It is fairly easy for me to setup a Facebook account in another person’s name. This is what happened to Ronald K. Noble, head of Interpol: Interpol Chief Ronald K. Noble Has Facebook Identity Stolen . Roger
  • Blog Post: Doing the right thing on ID management isn't enough...

    Even though it might be obvious, compliance is not only about protecting data but identities as well – and more. Jon Collins, Freeform Dynamics, whom I value high, wrote a good article: Doing the right thing on ID management isn't enough... – you should read it! Roger
  • Blog Post: Is the online world more dangerous?

    I often hear statements that the risk of losing your identity or being a victim of fraud is much higher online than offline. From my point of view it is more about the feelings of the consumer: In the real world, we know the risks – at least we learned them over the ages from our parents and we learned...
  • Blog Post: The DigiNor Story–So Far

    I just read an article on SANS: DigiNotar breach - the story so far . To be clear: This is not a Microsoft analysis nor any official statement from us. What we have to say is in the advisory: Microsoft Security Advisory (2607712) - Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing . It just gives...