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Microsoft Virus Initiative
The Microsoft Virus Initiative (MVI) helps organizations to get their products working and integrated with Windows.
Like the Virus Information Alliance (VIA) and the Coordinated Malware Eradication (CME) program, MVI aims to share information about the threat landscape that can help your organization protect its customers.
MVI members will receive access to Windows APIs (such as those used by Windows Defender Security Center, IOAV, AMSI and Cloud Files), malware telemetry and samples, and invitations to security related events and conferences.
MVI adds to VIA by requiring members to develop and own antimalware technology, and to be present in the antimalware industry community.
If you’re interested in requesting membership for your organization, see our eligibility requirements.