Katie Moussouris on Microsoft, Trustworthy Computing and the Evolution of the Security CommunityDennis Fisher talks with Katie Moussouris of Microsoft about her childhood exploits with Commodore 64 programming, ignoring her Barbies, growing up as a hacker, her days as a pen tester and the challenges of working on security at Microsoft.

Download: 10_moussouris.mp3

*Microsoft image via Robert Scoble‘s Flickr photostream, Creative Commons

Categories: Compliance, Microsoft, Podcasts, Web Security

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  1. Cesar Figueiredo
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    By the way, talking about security, I think Microsoft should buy or get an agreement with one of the best computer security companies in the world [i.e., Kaspersky (the best option), from Russia, Avira, from Germany, or ESET, from Slovakia, for supplying antivirus and Internet security software that really works, to replace Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender.

  2. Cesar Figueiredo
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    By the way, talking about security, I think Microsoft should buy or get an agreement with one of the best computer security companies in the world [i.e., Kaspersky (the best option), from Russia, Avira, from Germany, or ESET, from Slovakia] for supplying antivirus and Internet security software that really works, to replace Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender.

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