Microsoft released a new report on Russia’s continued cyber operations in the war on Ukraine, based on research conducted by Microsoft’s threat intelligence and data science teams with the goal of sharpening understanding of the threat landscape in the ongoing war. The report offers a series of lessons and conclusions resulting from the data gathered and analyzed. You’ll read new information about Russian efforts including an increase in network penetration and espionage activities amongst allied governments, non-profits and other organizations outside Ukraine. This report also unveils details about sophisticated and widespread Russian cyber foreign influence operations being used among other things to bolster their war efforts. To read the report, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Last week, Microsoft released a new report on Russia’s continued cyber operations in the war on Ukraine, based on research conducted by Microsoft’s threat intelligence and data science teams with the goal of sharpening understanding of the threat landscape in the ongoing war. The report offers a series of lessons and conclusions resulting from the data gathered and analyzed. You'll read new information about Russian efforts including an increase in network penetration and espionage activities amongst allied governments, non-profits and other organizations outside Ukraine. This report also unveils details about sophisticated and widespread Russian cyber foreign influence operations being used among other things to bolster their war efforts. To read the report visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Visit Microsoft On the Issues for a front-row seat to see how Microsoft is thinking about the future of sustainability, accessibility, cybersecurity and more. Check back regularly to watch videos, and read blogs and feature stories to see how Microsoft is approaching the issues that matter most. For the latest, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Visit Microsoft On the Issues for a front-row seat to see how Microsoft is thinking about the future of sustainability, accessibility, cybersecurity and more. Check back regularly to watch videos, and read blogs and feature stories to see how Microsoft is approaching the issues that matter most. For the latest, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Visit Microsoft On the Issues for a front-row seat to see how Microsoft is thinking about the future of sustainability, accessibility, cybersecurity and more. Check back regularly to watch videos, and read blogs and feature stories to see how Microsoft is approaching the issues that matter most. For the latest, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Visit Microsoft On the Issues for a front-row seat to see how Microsoft is thinking about the future of sustainability, accessibility, cybersecurity and more. Check back regularly to watch videos, and read blogs and feature stories to see how Microsoft is approaching the issues that matter most. For the latest, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

Visit Microsoft On the Issues for a front-row seat to see how Microsoft is thinking about the future of sustainability, accessibility, cybersecurity and more. Check back regularly to watch videos, and read blogs and feature stories to see how Microsoft is approaching the issues that matter most. For the latest, visit Microsoft On the Issues.

As industry and government leaders gather in person for the 2022 World Economic Forum, GZERO Media is hosting a special livestream to discuss “Crisis in a digital world” on Monday, May 23, at 5 pm CEST/11 am EDT. The livestream is the latest in the Webby-nominated Global Stage series, a partnership between GZERO and Microsoft that examines critical issues at the intersection of technology, politics, and society.

Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media; Brad Smith, President and Vice Chair of Microsoft; Helle Thorning-Schmidt, former Prime Minister of Denmark; and moderator Nicholas Thompson, CEO of The Atlantic and former editor-in-chief of WIRED, will be joined by global leaders at a time of crisis. What role and responsibility does the tech industry have as cyber threats continue to grow globally?

Watch the livestream at gzeromedia.com/globalstage on Monday, May 23, 2022 at 5 pm CEST/11 am EDT.

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