Dealing with threats in the Microsoft environment

Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 18 contains data, insights and practical guidance on a range of global and regional cybersecurity threats including vulnerability disclosures, malware and unwanted software including the latest on Ransomware, malicious websites such as drive-by download sites, and exploit activity including exploits used in targeted attacks. Deep dives into the threat landscape in over 100 countries/regions are also available.

Download the report from here - http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/1/A/71ABB4EC-E255-4DAF-9496-A46D67D875CD/Microsoft_Security_Intelligence_Report_Volume_18_English.pdf

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