InfoSec (uber security show in London >10,000 attendees) this week has been great fun. Hard work by the entire Microsoft and MVP team together with all the associated agencies, crew and behind the scenes folk.
Our aim of giving purely technical information via our stand, extensive seminar programme (over 1000 of you joined us) and community activities (MVP, Security User Group et al) set us apart from many other vendors. We didn't have a single piece of "security theatre", "hacking session", "magic show" or "asthetically pleasing contributions" - that's something I'm proud of.
Thanks to everyone who visited us and asked the difficult technical questions - those of you who were unable to be in London please hit the comment button if you've a question on anything MSFT security and I'll endevour to get it answered.
If you'd like to join an independant Information Security User Group then drop me an email and I'll pass it to the MVPs(external non-Microsoft community people) who run it.
The slides will be available online very soon - I'll post the URL when I have it.