Microsoft Security Blog

The official Microsoft blog for discussing industry and Microsoft security topics.

Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: RSA 2008 Keynote: Craig Mundie

    Y esterday was a busy day, so I get a bit behind with my updates on RSA, but I wanted to post about the Microsoft keynote, in addition to the others I attended. Format was fireside chat, with Craig Mundie, Microsoft's Chief Research and Strategy Officer sitting and talking with Chris Leach, Chief...
  • Blog Post: Trustworthy Computing, a Commitment of Significance

    I was not at Microsoft ten years ago this week, but the ten year milestone for Trustworthy Computing (TwC) has a lot of significance for me, given that I have spent most of that time working with people here at Microsoft to improve security and privacy for Microsoft products.  I was hired in December...
  • Blog Post: Benefit of Security and Privacy Collaboration

    This week, Microsoft Executives Ben Fathi and Scott Charney gave respective keynotes at RSA Europe (in London) and the IAPP (international association of privacy professionals) Academy 2007 . More details here . I was at RSA Europe and saw Ben give his keynote and one of the findings from recent Poneman...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Offers Security Assessment Service for Country-Code Top-Level Domain Registries (ccTLD)

    The exploitation of vulnerabilities specific to country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) registries has become an increasingly common problem, especially in relatively small markets around the world. A ccTLD is an internet domain registry generally used or reserved for a country, a sovereign state, or a...