Online Security Sessions from TechEd IT Forum Available


Knowing the Enemy – A lightning demonstration on how hackers attack networks
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=351
Marcus Murray, Senior Security Architect, Truesec


Advanced Malware Cleaning
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=359
Mark Russinovich, Technical Fellow, Platform and Services Division, Microsoft


Windows Vista User Account Control Internals
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=360
Mark Russinovich, Technical Fellow, Platform and Services Division, Microsoft


Defending Layer 8: How to recognize and combat social engineering
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=339
Steve Riley, Senior Program Manager, Security Business and Technology, Microsoft Corporation


Windows Vista Kernel Changes
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=340
Mark Russinovich, Technical Fellow, Platform and Services Division, Microsoft


Windows Vista Firewall and IPSec Enhancements
http://www.microsoft.com/emea/itsshowtime/sessionh.aspx?videoid=352
Steve Riley, Senior Program Manager, Security Business and Technology Unit, Microsoft Corporation

Comments (5)

  1. Brian says:

    Argh! Those presentations are completely borked and nonfunctional in anything but IE.

  2. Ryan says:

    Fascinating!  I didn’t know Microsoft released videos such as this.  I wish I’d known of this TechEd IT forum earlier.

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