September 26th I will be presenting at the HP Interex User Group meeting about Windows Server 2008 and there is also a second session planned about Security technologies in Windows Server 2008. This session will be delivered by Jan De Clercq from HP. Jan has been a speaker at several Microsoft and security-focused conferences. If you’re interested have a look at the agenda and register, this is a free event.
Presentation 1: Overview of What’s New in Windows Server 2008
Abstract: In this session we focus on key Windows Server 2008 Beta 3 features and the development philosophy behind these features. We will take a close look at Server Manager, Windows Firewall, Networking, Security, Failover Clustering, Server Core, Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, Terminal Services (TS), and more! If you don’t know what Windows Server 2008 is all about – than you should come and have a look yourself.
Presentation 2: Security Technologies in Windows Server 2008
Speaker: Jan De Clercq (Security Advisor, HP Belgium
Abstract: This session will present an overview of the new security technologies that Microsoft includes in Windows Server 2008. It discusses the new Windows Server 2008 security features in the areas of isolation and resilience, security management and access control. Among the topics covered are: BitLocker Drive Encryption (BDE), User Account Control, new Active Directory (AD) security features (Read-Only DC, fine-grain password policies and Server Core), and the enhancements in Windows PKI. Special attention is paid to how these new technologies can be turned into a real customer added-value and arguments that can motivate the upgrade to Windows Server 2008.
Jan De Clercq is a member of the HP Security Office, where he focuses on identity management (IDM) and security for Microsoft platforms. Jan has been a speaker at several security-focused conferences and has been involved in Windows, security and IDM-, PKI-, SSO- related projects for large HP accounts.
Over the last year he has been a trusted advisor on security topics for several large Windows designs and deployments, and large IDM, PKI and SSO designs.
Jan holds has recently co-published a book on Microsoft Windows Security Fundamentals
Timing and Registration
Please register via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Mention your name, first name and company name.
When: September 26, 2007 – Doors open at 16:00, Session starts at 16:30
Where: Microsoft Diegem