Azure IoT Edge Security Model | Internet of Things Show

Posted on Posted in aft, aft-iot, IoT, iotedge, Security, Tech Talk

Securing IoT, especially the intelligent edge, is a tall challenge that is best deliverable through a transparent community approach of unifying value contributions from various technology expertise to include but not limited to secure chip technologies, cryptography, software security engineering, and secure device engineering. The IoT Edge security model encourages this transparent community approach where […]

Why is the PIN for Windows Hello more secure than a password? | One Dev Question

Posted on Posted in Application Development, Developer Resources, Developer Tools, Developers, Security, Windows 10

How can a Windows Hello PIN be more secure than a password? We asked Dana Huang, Director of Engineering for Windows Security, to find out how this works. Interesting stuff, with lots more info at http://msft.social/e1XPns Why is the PIN for Windows Hello more secure than a password? | One Dev Question Source: MSDN Channel […]

Defrag Tools #198 – AaronLocker | Defrag Tools

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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Aaron Margosis joins us to discuss AaronLocker – a set of scripts that help you configure AppLocker. AppLocker restricts application execution, auditing or protecting your system from unwanted/malicious software. We delve into the abilities of AppLocker, what the AaronLocker scripts automate, and see what it looks like when an […]

Defrag Tools #197 – Windows Defender ATP | Defrag Tools

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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chris Jackson, the "App Compat Guy" (@appcompatguy), joins us to discuss Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) – a unified platform for preventative protection, post-breach detection, automated investigation, and response. Defender ATP can be used to automatically investigate alerts and remediate complex threats in minutes. We delve into the […]

Mobile App Security with Kerry W. Lothrop | The Xamarin Show

Posted on Posted in Android, Coding, iOS, Security, Xamarin, Xamarin.forms

This week, James is joined by friend of the show Kerry Lothrop, Microsoft MVP, who talks to us about securing mobile applications. We chat about how to hide those API keys, use certificate pinning, and how to monitor your app’s traffic. Show Links: Kerry’s Blog on Mobile App Security Kerry’s Presentation on Security from Xamarin Evolve Find […]

Interview with Kelly Anderson, Product Marketing Manager, Azure Security | GALs

Posted on Posted in Cloud Computing, Cloud Services, Security, security tools, women in tech

Golnaz sits down with Product Marketing Manager of Azure Security, Kelly Anderson. She talks about her experiences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her time in the field, and how her mother was an inspiration for her to pursue a career in technology. Follow Kelly on Twitter here. Create a Free Account (Azure): […]

Improving Performance for Pwned Passwords | The DevOps Lab

Posted on Posted in Azure Services, devops, Performance, Security

Damian sits down with fellow Aussie and Microsoft Regional Director Troy Hunt to talk about dramatically improving performance for his new Pwned Passwords offering. Troy runs a popular high traffic site – https://haveibeenpwned.com – so amazing performance is a must, even through unexpected traffic spikes. In this episode, Troy shows us how he’s dramatically reduced […]