Moderators and Subject Matter Specialists
Susan Bradley has been patching since before the Code Red/Nimda days and remembers exactly where she was when SQL slammer hit (i.e. trying to buy something on ebay and wondering why the Internet was so slow). She writes the Patch Watch column for Brian Livingston's Windows Secrets, and was one of the authors of Windows Server 2008 Security Resource kit, and Small Business Server 2008 Unleashed. In real life she's the IT wrangler at her firm, Tamiyasu, Smith, Horn and Braun, where she manages a fleet of Windows Servers, an Exchange Server, desktops, a few Macs, several Windows mobile and iPhones and tries to keep patches up to date on all of them. In addition, she provides forensic computer investigations for the litigation consulting arm of the firm. She blogs at www.sbsdiva.com on the topics of small business server, tech topics and whatever she stumbled over that day.Glenn Turner
Glenn Turner has been enthusiastically deploying and patching since Windows 3.11 days. Things were much simpler then. Glenn hails from Auckland, New Zealand. After several stints in Cologne and Munich, Germany, Glenn now lives and works in Sydney, Australia, where he manages the End User Computing environment for a small government agency, and enjoys those long hot summers people elsewhere dream about. Glenn is active on Twitter (@nzdudeinsydney), mostly to tweet at Microsoft product owners to influence support and encourage communication where it is lacking.Emin Atac
Emin Atac is an IT and SecOps Pro who blogs about his Information Security (InfoSec) and Automation journeys on p0w3rsh3ll.wordpress.com and shares his projects on his GitHub page. Emin is a contributor and moderator at patchmanagement.org. Emin is a certified Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) professional and a Cloud and Datacenter Management (CDM) Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award recipient.