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.

IT security got better in 2005, but malware and buggy code threaten 2006

Honeypots as an early warning system

Controlling the uncontrollable user

Controlling information leaks

A call to arms: stop the DATA Act

Trusted computing and DRM: Friend or foe?

Microsoft security is nothing to sneeze at

A constant state of insecurity

Alternative defenses buy patch-management time

Microsoft security: Something old, something new

Belated thanks for jobs well done

Malicious attack trends: good, bad, and worse

The full disclosure debate

IT under siege: The security arms race

Malware matures into control-hungry menace

App security wall of shame

Spyware slips through the patches

Beware the browser within

The buzz about fuzzers


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