Author Bio
Roger Grimes
Roger A. Grimes is contributing editor of the InfoWorld Test Center. Roger holds over 40 computer certifications and has authored eight books on computer security. He has been fighting malware and malicious hackers since 1987, beginning with disassembling early DOS viruses. He currently runs eight honeypots to track hacker and malware behavior and consults to companies from the Fortune 100 to small businesses. A frequent industry speaker and educator, Roger currently works for Microsoft as a Principal Security Architect. He also writes the Security Adviser blog.

How to develop an enterprise encryption strategy

NetScreen firewall: Five-star security

How malicious hackers attack

Proactive incident response: Do it by the book

Testing client-side risks

The evolution of corporate security

Continued debate on desktop lockdowns

Password size does matter

Unauthorized applications (still) a bad idea

Effective security isn't easy, but it is possible

The depressing state of computer security

Hackers keep hacking because they can

Privacy protection: The government is no help

Tackle malicious Web code without infecting yourself

Hacking ignorance isn't bliss

Bruce Schneier: Channeling common sense

Wrestling with Windows' hidden "features"

Blasting away security myths

Debunking the computer monoculture myth

E-commerce in crisis: When SSL isn't safe

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