The latest BlueHat briefings were an invitation-only event held from 8-10 March. They were attended by Microsoft Windows staff and security experts from around the world.
At the moment the site contains a list of talks by speakers at the event and an outline of what they covered.
However, Microsoft plans to add video from the spring 2006 meetings and podcasts from the individual speakers, as well as information from previous BlueHat events.
Microsoft SQL engineer Brad Sarsfield described the recent event as a free exchange of ideas on a new BlueHat blog.
"It was an open and honest discussion about problems specific to Microsoft technologies and the problems that affect our entire industry," he said.
"Some of the speakers gave a condensed version of their talk during this session. Everything was fair game."
However, the website won't include details of any security flaws discussed at the event.
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