Steve Riley on Security

Formerly of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group.

September, 2005

  • The Internet routes around outages -- and censorship, too

    Have you seen this yet? " Grokster ruling begins the good fight " If you haven't, it's worth your time to read -- it's a terrible shibboleth for a U.S. "national firewall." Coursey is promoting the idea that all U.S. Internet access should pass through...
  • Some videos of me

    Microsoft UK has posted videos of various European events of the past year. Various speakers are featured, including Andreas Luther, Dennis Karlinsky, Eileen Brown, Graham Calladine, Jesper Johansson, John Craddock, Justin Alderson, Kalpit Jain, Kimberly...
  • Cluelessness abounds

    So yesterday I received a rather interesting email. Subject: "INFOSEC Scholarships & Fellowships for PhD or MS + Free CISSP Exam Prep Events." Hm, I didn't know that "information security" suddenly became an all-caps acronym. How come no one asks...
  • Lousy security

    Lousy security is all around us, and I'm not even thinking about airport security here (which, I admit, i love griping about). Here I have in mind lousy computer security. And lest you think I'm proceeding to engage in naval-gazing introspection, no ...