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 sector organizations are discussing the current state and the future of the collaboration to . . . → Read More: Cooperation against Cybercrime- Octopus Conference
It is kind of a tradition that Scott Charney, our Corporate Vice President for Trustworthy Computing, is speaking at RSA. If you look back, he always showed the evolution of Trustworthy Computing and spoke about e.g. End to End Trust and other concepts we use to envision the future of the security ecosystem.
This . . . → Read More: Scott Charney at RSA this year
I will be at the ISF Congress in Monte Carlo from tomorrow on. If you are there as well and want to meet, drop me a mail
It is actually the first event since a long time I am just going to participate, not to hold any speeches
. . . → Read More: ISF Congress in Monte Carlo–let’s meet
The cloud – and now I mean the volcano cloud – showed that there is not always a real need to travel far in to get the right information at an event of conference. I delivered a keynote via LiveMeeting (Virtual Keynotes – Do we always have to travel?) during the time the planes were . . . → Read More: Infosecurity Virtual Conference
I am just preparing my trip to South Africa next week. Our Chief Security Advisor in South Africa, Khomotso Kganyago does an outstanding job keeping my busy. He put together a great agenda – I just hope I can cope with everything he is expecting from me.
Part of it is a public lecture at . . . → Read More: Using Facebook to Promote an Event – Lecture in Johannesburg Next Week
A few years ago, the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime was signed within the Council of Europe. Since then it was ratified all across the globe by a lot of countries or at least used as the base for legislation. Since a few years as well, the Council of Europe is organizing a conference on Cooperation . . . → Read More: Council of Europe – Octopus Conference (Cooperation against Cybercrime) Day 1
As you might know, it was time for the Data Protection Day in Europe again. Unfortunately I did not find the videos from this year’s competition yet but I guess we will find them later on the page and on YouTube.
However, we released a study on Privacy which is pretty interesting. Find the summary . . . → Read More: Data Protection Day: An Interesting Study
When I tweeted last week that I am on my way to Algeria, I got quite some reactions and questions that I shall report how it was. So, let me try to briefly summarize my impressions.
I was invited to speak at a conference on certification in Algiers. Well, initially I pushed back as I . . . → Read More: Algeria: Conference on Certification (eID)
You know, there are people who blog late, there are people who blog very late and then there is me…
I actually missed that one even though I was triggered: Mid November there was the Get Safe Online Week 2009 in the UK. Usually they do really good stuff and this is the reason I . . . → Read More: Get Safe Online: Don't be a Money Mule
Our EMEA Security Program Manager, Henk van Roest, started this series internally and with his consent I am publishing it here in my blog as I think it contains a lot of great information for you to use.
Security — you hear about it every day. Being responsible for information security can be a daunting . . . → Read More: Why it pays to be secure – Chapter 3 – But how do I?