Microsoft Trustworthy Developer Content Strategy

Technorati Tags: developer content strategy,privacy,security I was at my Vice President’s (Scott Charney) all hands meeting last month. Scott was talking about the need to discuss online safety and Green IT to IT Pros and developers. I was taking some notes and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs pyramid came to mind. I thought of what Scott…

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TechEd 2008 is coming!

Are you going to TechEd 2008? If so, please stop by our Security Development Lifecycle booth and chat with us about how you plan for security and threat modeling in your application design and development. Microsoft TechEd 2008 Website In the mean time check out  Adam’s post on SDL and threat modeling. He’s attached a…

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Microsoft device helps police pluck evidence from cyberscene of crime

What’s Microsoft doing to help fight cyber crime? Check out this article from the Seattle Times. Here’s an excerpt… “….Microsoft has developed a small plug-in device that investigators can use to quickly extract forensic data from computers that may have been used in crimes. The COFEE, which stands for Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor, is…

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How Do I: Export and Import Certificates?

We’ve got a series of short how to videos at the msdn security developer center that provides you quick overviews on topics such as how to import/export certificates, and how to get started with encryption. by Lamees Ayman. Let us know what you think of these videos. Helpful, too basic, or just right. I’m thinking…

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George’s Blog

You may remember me from my days at MSDN Webcasts or from when I was managing the worldwide Microsoft Certified Professional Program at Microsoft Learning. Well I’m over here now with Jed Pickel and Jacqueline Beauchere to get the word out to our developer communities on all that Microsoft is doing around security and privacy…

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