We had the opportunity to present new findings from the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 15 at RSA Conference Europe last week in Amsterdam. Jeff Jones and I presented some of the new data from the report.

In our session we discussed some of the global threats from the report, as well as a custom analysis on the threat landscape in the European Union (EU). I recently published a blog on the threat landscape in the EU, over on the Microsoft Europe blog, that also includes a new video: Security Intelligence Report: new threat data for the European Union shows that Windows XP is losing pace with attackers.

Speaking of videos, Jeff and I also had the opportunity to reflect on our RSA Europe 2013 session and some of the new data on the EU in a video we recorded immediately after the presentation. Presenting at RSA is always an awesome experience and this year’s RSA Europe Conference was no different. Click on the video below to check it out.

We just scratched the surface of the new data in our session at the conference – there’s hundreds of pages of data and insights from more than 100 countries and regions. Again, you can download the new Security Intelligence Report volume 15 from http://www.microsoft.com/sir.

Tim Rains
Director
Trustworthy Computing