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Building a safer world together with our partners—introducing Microsoft Security Experts 

Microsoft Blogs – 5.9.22

The security landscape has become increasingly challenging and complex for our customers. Threats have grown at an alarming rate over the last year, and cybercrime is now expected to cost the world USD10.5 trillion annually by 2025, up from USD3 trillion a decade ago and USD6 trillion in 2021.1

Source: Building a safer world together with our partners—introducing Microsoft Security Experts – Microsoft Security Blog

Lifelong Windows user Ramon Ray helps small businesses succeed

Microsoft Blogs – 5.5.22

Ramon Ray’s first foray into small business was as a computer consultant, more than two decades ago. The lifelong Windows user – a self-identified geek – didn’t know why he was so drawn to technology from such an early age, but he built do-it-yourself electronic kits from Radio Shack (such as transistor radios) as a kid. His dad being an electrician also probably influenced him too.

Source: Lifelong Windows user Ramon Ray helps small businesses succeed

Learn the latest cybersecurity techniques at the Microsoft Security Summit

Microsoft Blogs – 4.11.22

In a world marked by change and uncertainty, innovation is more than a nice-to-have—it’s vital to any healthy organization. But fearless innovation becomes impossible when gaps in security can put those ideas at risk.

Source: Learn the latest cybersecurity techniques at the Microsoft Security Summit – Microsoft Security Blog

Disrupting cyberattacks targeting Ukraine – Microsoft On the Issues

Microsoft Blogs – 4.8.22 (4.7.22)

Today, we’re sharing more about cyberattacks we’ve seen from a Russian nation-state actor targeting Ukraine and steps we’ve taken to disrupt it.

We recently observed attacks targeting Ukrainian entities from Strontium, a Russian GRU-connected actor we have tracked for years. This week, we were able to disrupt some of Strontium’s attacks on targets in Ukraine. On Wednesday April 6th, we obtained a court order authorizing us to take control of seven internet domains Strontium was using to conduct these attacks. We have since re-directed these domains to a sinkhole controlled by Microsoft, enabling us to mitigate Strontium’s current use of these domains and enable victim notifications.

Source: Disrupting cyberattacks targeting Ukraine – Microsoft On the Issues

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