Podcast: Security Mike Gets Serious About Security

A good friend of mine and security expert Mike Rothman, principal at Security Incite, joins me for this week's podcast .

On the podcast, Mike and I talk about the role of patch management and change control in the Microsoft Patch Tuesday process, what the Network Access Protection (NAP) capabilities in Windows Server 2008 means to us, and the impact we've seen from the improvements of Vista's security (including the impact of disabling UAC).

Mike is also an author of the Pragmatic CSO (Chief Security Officer) and Security Mike's guide to security.

Mike will be joining me on a regular basis, every couple of months or so, to talk security and give us his view on what's important.

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