It was one part State of the Union address, one part battle plan
and one part manifesto. Perhaps it was both a dig at ISIS and at the worldwide hacker group Anonymous
(which this week declared a digital war on ISIS), telling both, "We're on it,
and we're uniquely qualified."
This morning, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella delivered an
impassioned keynote about what he is calling Microsoft's Operational Security Posture, which he describes as a "sea change"
in how the company approaches security.
He went on to describe how this new posture actively
protects a Microsoft environment, regardless of size; demonstrated the
technologies in real-time; and
described how Microsoft protects itself using this new approach.