Microsoft Security Intelligence Report – What it means for EMEA

“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…

A Detailed Analysis of an Attack – Do We Need an International Incident Sharing Database?

I recently came across a paper called Shadows in the Cloud, which is actually a follow-up report of Tracking GhostNet: Investigating a Cyber Espionage Network, an investigation of the attacks on the office of the Dalai Lama and some governmental bodies. The report is written by two bodies who had the privilege to investigate those…

Microsoft Security Compliance Manager: Now available!

I recently blogged about the Beta version of our Security Compliance Manger, helping you to manage the security baselines in your organization. There are some screenshots in the corresponding post: Making the Management of Security Compliance Easier!

Now, we released the final version of it. It can be found here: Microsoft Security Compliance Manager

Roger

Hacking Incidents 2009 – Interesting Data

There is a project called the web hacking incident database (WHID), which collects data and statistics on web-application related security incidents. I was just looking into their report called The Web Hacking Incident Database 2009 which has some pretty interesting statistics in. In order to judge the results and statistics of this database, we have…

Legal Challenges of International Business and the Cloud

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…