Microsoft’s chief architect of identity and access outlines his vision for the “Laws of Identity,” as well as the work the identity management community is doing to solve today’s toughest digital identity problems.
Microsoft recommends that customers immediately install this configuration change to the Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 operating systems in order to improve system resiliency to protect against the Download.Ject attack.
On Thursday, June 24, Microsoft responded to reports that some enterprise customers running IIS 5.0 (Internet Information Services), a component of Windows 2000 Server, were being targeted by malicious code, known as Download.Ject.
Microsoft is a major sponsor of the Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, which gathers privacy experts from around the world to share research on how technology can help individuals and organizations manage and use personal data appropriately.
Q&A: Executives from leading technology companies explain how they’ve used ISA Server 2004 to create cost-effective, simple-to-deploy hardware solutions for integrated application-layer firewalls, VPNs and Web cache.