Good day, Paul Cooke here.
The Windows Vista Security blog has been a great avenue for us to talk with you about what has made Windows Vista the most secure client operating system Microsoft has ever delivered. However, hindsight is always 20/20 and it is clear that while we started with a good cadence of posts, our volume and insights definitely fell off over time. This is unfortunate, for there are a lot of things to talk about when it comes to the security of Windows. Now, as we start talking about Windows 7, and look for opportunities to discuss relevant security topics in a broader sense, we felt it was a good time to revamp the blog.
As a result, we are re-launching and moving this blog as simply the Windows Security Blog. The renewed purpose of this blog is to make you aware of all the things that go into having a secure Windows environment. This will cover the gamut from Windows XP all the way through the upcoming Windows 7. I plan to post updates regularly and add some variety with guest posters throughout the security space here at Microsoft.
Thanks for all of you that have followed this blog for the last few years and I hope you follow us to our new location!