The TechNet Support WebCast: How to isolate servers and applications page contains:
Wednesday, March 23, 2005: 10:00 AM Pacific time (Greenwich mean time - 8 hours)
This Support WebCast technical presentation describes a network isolation approach to help protect Microsoft Windows servers in an enterprise-computing environment. This WebCast focuses on the problems that can be addressed by this solution and describes an example deployment. Additionally, this WebCast discusses the deployment steps and the technology that can be leveraged to provide isolation of Windows servers.
This is a Level 200 session that will be presented by Christopher Black.
Christopher Black is a program manager in the Windows Networking and Devices (Internet Protocols) group and came to Microsoft more than three years ago. He is a member of the team responsible for the IPSec program and is working to make sure that all network communications are as secure as we can make them. Chris is an engineering graduate of James Cook University (Australia) and has been building operating system and application software for the last 10 years.