Steve Riley on Security

Formerly of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group.

Some videos of me

Some videos of me

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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 Tripp, Mark Licata, Mark Cribben, Mat Young, Paul Cullimore, Rafal Lukawiecki, Ryan Burkhardt, Sally Storey, Scott Schnoll, Steve Riley, and Travis Wright.

My solo session is TCP/IP for security administrators

And also the IT Forum 2004 precon with Jesper, Practicing better than best: Getting and staying secure the right way
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

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  • I'm quite sure you will be known by:
    'the man with that haircut'


    Couldn't the teched 2005 security myths show be posted. that one was a lot more spectacular.

  • OMFG!!! NERD! THAT’S ME!!

    http://podcast.microsoft.com.au/teched2005/teched_booksigning.wmv

    I am sooo f*$king embarrassed!

    I am the guy in the tan shirt with the glasses, who gives a shy and embarrassed smile

    From TechEd Australia

    Thanks for signing my book all the same

  • Jesper Johansson – Anatomy of a Hack Session (WMV – 189.9MB – 1hr15min52sec)
    http://podcast.microsoft.com.au/teched2005/teched_jesper_hack_anatomy.wmv

    Jesper Johansson and Steve Riley - Debunking Security Myths Session Part 1 (WMV – 99.5MB – 27min03sec)
    http://podcast.microsoft.com.au/teched2005/teched_jesper_steve_debunking_1.wmv

    Jesper Johansson and Steve Riley - Debunking Security Myths Session Part 2 (WMV – 128.5MB – 34min52sec)
    http://podcast.microsoft.com.au/teched2005/teched_jesper_steve_debunking_2.wmv

    (Thanks to Mick and Michael for these links)

  • Hi Steve,

    TechEd New Zealand was wonderful I realy enjoyed the sessions there..

    The irony of my sysadmin contacting me about two weeks after the fact that I downloaded all the video's listed here and telling me my consumption of bandwith was a bit over the top could not have produced a bigger smile on my face...I guess the policy's and enforcing them need some work..

    keep up the good work..

    Carlo

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