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November 2005 - Posts

Protect Your Windows Network
The Book

"Protect Your Windows Network is focused around the defense in depth model we helped develop and refine in our work at Microsoft, and it gives a logical flow to the book which helps in building an overall security strategy, something both of us felt was lacking in the current literature. You can affect only so much security if you concentrate just on the technology; the people and the processes are equally important. Indeed, without thought in those two areas, most of the technology you deploy to protect information systems will fail to do what you intend—it will give you a false sense of security, which in fact is more dangerous than none at all."

Steve Riley & Jesper Johansson at: Protect Your Windows Network

Posted: Thu, Nov 24 2005 12:42 by jubo | with no comments
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A guide to Wireless Security
In the November-December 2005 issue of the TechNet Magazine Kathryn Tewson, a wireless engineer at ACJ Technology Solutions in Bellevue and Steve Riley, senior security program manager in the Microsoft Security Business and Technology Unit, co-wrote an article about wireless security.

Read the complete article: A guide to Wireless Security.

Source: Steve Riley's WebLog.


Posted: Sun, Nov 13 2005 22:10 by jubo | with no comments
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Windows Live Safety Center
Microsoft launched a new site today called: Windows Live Safety Center.
Windows Live Safety Center is a new, free service designed to help ensure the health of your PC.

  • Check for and remove viruses
  • Learn about threats
  • Improve your PC's performance
  • Get rid of junk on your hard disk
Use the full service scan to check everything, or turn to the scanners and information in the service centers to meet your specific needs.

Check it out at: http://safety.live.com/
Posted: Wed, Nov 2 2005 12:20 by jubo | with no comments
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