Using the Cloud to solve business problems in today’s world

I often get asked by customers how I see the cloud in today’s environment. Honestly, I do not see it differently than I did an year ago. If I look at security in general, I see three challenges, which shape my mind: Most investments go towards protecting the infrastructure, whereas most attacks are successful on…

Targeted Attacks – a Video Series

Trustworthy Computing in partnership with Microsoft IT, Microsoft Consulting and the product groups just released a series of videos on targeted attacked and how to defend.

I would definitely urge you to listen to them and make sure you implement the countermeasures: Targeted Attacks Video Series

Roger

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Is there a future for Product Certifications?

Often, when I talk to customers, product certification is one of the key themes they want to address. Especially they want to know about our commitment to Common Criteria and whether our products are certified. Typically we certify an operating system on Common Criteria EAL 4+ – the highest level, which seems achievable for multi-purpose…

New Consumerization of IT Test Lab Guide: Hyper-V Windows 8 corporate virtual machine on personal computer”

Our friends in France are currently working intensively on Test Lab Guides for Consumerization of IT. The next one was just released: New Consumerization of IT Test Lab Guide: Hyper-V Windows 8 corporate virtual machine on personal computer” This is the overview: Thinking about Consumerization of IT (CoIT) necessarily leads to some security and management…

Paper: Information Protection and Control (IPC) in Office 365 Preview with Windows Azure AD Rights Management

As you know, protecting your information in the cloud is key. We just published a paper called Information Protection and Control (IPC) in Office 365 Preview with Windows Azure AD Rights Management. Here is the summary: Due to increased regulation, the Consumerization of IT (CoIT) and the “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD), the explosion of…

UPDATE: Security Advisory – Update For Minimum Certificate Key Length

Yesterday I blogged about the Security Advisory – Update For Minimum Certificate Key Length. I would like to take the opportunity to give some more information on it. The reaction on the advisory is interesting so far. Some customers expect mainly older applications to run into a problem. Others tell us that they mandated 2k…