I am following Shoaib’s blog since quite a while – actually due to the beauty of the Internet, we only met virtually so far .
He just posted on his blog: 5 Common Types of Security Professionals
I really like this post. The way he categorizes them is:
The NO-MASTER The By-The-Book Preacher The . . . → Read More: 5 Common Types of Security Professionals
The debate is probably as old as the Open Source software development model: Which one is more secure: Open Source or shared source as we at Microsoft run it? I know that we could now enter a religious debate about that, which I do not want to as I do not really believe in the . . . → Read More: Open Source and Hackers
“Unfortunately” I have been on vacation when we released the Security Intelligence Report last week. Nevertheless I would like to take the opportunity and look at it more from a EMEA perspective.
One of the interesting data points we always publish is the Malware Infection Rate. Remember, there is a huge amount of data we . . . → Read More: Microsoft Security Intelligence Report – What it means for EMEA
To start with: I am an engineer not a lawyer – and this might be part of the problem…
When I started to think about the Cloud and security and thought about all the work I do with Law Enforcement and the challenges they face. Additionally, I started to think about the legal challenges we . . . → Read More: Legal Challenges of International Business and the Cloud