Roberta Bragg (Grain Valley, MO) has been a Security Advisor columnist for MCP magazine for 5 years, is a Security Expert for searchWin2000.com, and writes for the Securitywatch newsletter, which has more than 55,000 subscribers. Roberta designed, planned, produced and participated in the first Windows Security Summit, held in Seattle, WA in 2002. Also in 2002 at TechMentor-San Diego, Roberta gave the first production of Security Academy three-day hands-on secure network-building workshop and was subsequently scheduled for 5 repeat presentations in 2003. Sept/Oct 2002 Roberta was an instructor for 4 sessions of SANS Gold Standard Windows 2000 Training. Roberta has participated in numerous security audits, is a Security Evangelist traveling all over the world consulting, assessing and training on network and Windows security. Roberta has served as adjunct faculty at Seattle Pacific University and the Johnson County Community College teaching courses on Windows 2000 Security Design and Network Security Design. Roberta is the lead author of McGraw-Hill/Osborne's Network Security: The Complete Reference, and the upcoming MCSE 70-298 Designing Windows Server 2003 Security, and Windows Server 2003 Security Administrators Companion by Microsoft Press. She has written on SQL Server 2000, CISSP and Windows Security for QUE and New Riders. Mark Rhodes-Ousley, CISSP, CISM, MCSE and Information Security Architect, has been a practicing security professional for more than 8 years, beginning with the first Internet firewall installation for the County of Santa Clara. Specializing in information security, Mark has advised, designed, and installed security technologies and policies for dozens of companies including Fortune 500 companies such as Clorox, The Gap, Sun Microsystems, Hitachi Data Systems, Watkins-Johnson, Napster and Internex. Mark was a co-author of the first edition of this work, titled Network Security: The Complete Reference. Keith E. Strassberg, is expert advisor systems security information.