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I have written about the threat landscape in the European Union (EU) before, focused on the first and second half of 2011.
Recently I wrote a three part series of articles (part 1, part 2, part 3) on the evolving threat landscape in the European Union.
In the first two parts of this three part series I focused on the locations in the European Union (EU) that had the highest malware infection rates and/or saw the highest increases in malware infection rates in the second half of 2011.
In part 1 of this series on the threat landscape in the European Union in the second half of 2011, I examined the threats in the location with the highest malware infection rate, Romania.
Recently I spoke at the Microsoft EU Cybersecurity & Digital Crimes Forum 2012 in Brussels. I provided an in-depth briefing on some of the significant shifts in threat landscape in the EU during the second half of 2011. I will be sharing some of the key findings of this analysis in a short series of articles.
Some months back I wrote an article on cyber-threats in the European Union. This article was based on data from the 11th volume of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report.
I recently visited Brussels, where the European Union has its main base of operations. I had the opportunity to talk to numerous people there about the latest Microsoft Security Intelligence Report containing data and insights on the cyber-threats Microsoft has observed specifically in the EU.