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

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Council of Europe – Octopus Conference (Cooperation against Cybercrime) – Key Messages

I blogged on Day 1 and Day 2 but as I expected, I was unable to blog yesterday on the conference. However, let me just briefly give you my impression of the final day: The core part of this last day was a whole block on Cloud Computing. There were different presentations on the subject…

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Council of Europe – Octopus Conference (Cooperation against Cybercrime) Day 2

And the second day starts. I just met with Jeremy Kirk from IDG and it is great to see that the press is actually interested in such a conference as well. The day today started with a long session on different initiatives against cybercrime. A lot of good information: Interpol offers quite some good services…

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Council of Europe – Octopus Conference (Cooperation against Cybercrime) Day 1

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…

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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…

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