Stephen Toulouse works in the security response center at Microsoft. This is the group that goes to work when a new vulnerability or attack is discovered around the world. During a crisis they'll work around the clock to help customers.
Microsoft's Security Response Center gets a lot of email sent to its
firstname.lastname@example.org alias. Stephen kept talking about "responsible disclosure" with us so we wanted to find out just what he meant by that.
Stephen Toulouse is a security program manager with Microsoft's security response center.
The security response center is the team (and place) that goes into action when a new vulnerability or attack on one of Microsoft's products or customers is found and reported…
"Teens need more security," Dan Appleman says. Here's the other videos from Dan:
On a security crusade.
Where are teenagers feeling computing pain?
What are some security tips?
How does a teenager differ from a software developer?
You can read more from Dan on his blog.
Dan Appleman is a software developer. But he wrote a security book for teenagers. So, we thought it'd be interesting to ask him to compare the security needs of both.
We're talking, by the way, of a pre-Windows XP Service Pack 2 world (when it comes to getting infected by turning on a new…
"Is your computer acting strange?"
Then you might be a teenager who hasn't secured your computer.
Dan, co-founder of Apress books, talks about the kind of computing pain that teenagers are seeing and how he convinces teenagers to learn how to protect themselves.
He talks about a…
Dan Appleman is on a campaign to secure every computer in the country. To help in that goal he wrote a book:
Always Use Protection: A Teen's Guide to Safe Computing.
But that's not why we put him here on Channel 9 (he's the first non-Microsoft employee to be interviewed for Channel 9, by the…
This is a different kind of interview for us. Dan Appleman doesn't work at Microsoft -- he's the cofounder of the
Apress book publishing company.
So, why is he here?
Well, he's on a crusade to make the geek world more secure. He wrote a book to help teenagers protect their systems…