Leaving Present for an Ex-Colleague (Messing Around)
I helped on the spoof of a good friend and ex-colleague in December 2017 - his name was Stan. Type Sstan by accident on an iPhone and it auto-corrects to Satan! Stan was about to leave his current employers (Oxford Computer Group) who I had previously worked for. I'm the guy who entered the door left of shot (with ENG on my T-shirt).
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Note: Stan was my nickname for Darren, who you'll hear mentioned by the other participants.
David Wozny - PKI Bloke (Retired)
Knowledge Transfer Exercise
I gave a presentation (below) on strong authentication methods, for Microsoft at TechEd EMEA in Barcelona during October 2008. I'd suggest that approximately 90% of the presentation's content is related to PKI - addressing algorithms, key lengths, certificate validity periods, CRL lifetimes and publication, availability / DR considerations, protecting private key material with HSMs, Active Directory integration and smart card management - to name just a few areas! The presentations were referenced by subject matter and 'difficulty', mine was IDA402. The subject matter was IDentity & Access management, the difficulty value was based upon the following four levels: 100 (Foundation), 200 (Intermediate), 300 (Advanced), 400 (Expert).