Microsoft Patches Azure Active Directory Private Key Data Vulnerability

Microsoft recently made changes to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to mitigate an issue where private key data stored in an Azure AD application or service principal could be read in clear text. Some Azure services were incorrectly storing private key data in Azure AD in the keyCredentials property when creating applications for customers. Microsoft […] Continue reading Microsoft Patches Azure Active Directory Private Key Data Vulnerability

New infosec products of the week: November 26, 2021

Here’s a look at the most interesting products from the past week, featuring releases from Avast, Boxcryptor, Code42, Hiya and Siren. Boxcryptor protects business data in Microsoft Teams with end-to-end encryption features Boxcryptor could be used in t… Continue reading New infosec products of the week: November 26, 2021

Your supply chain: How and why network security and infrastructure matter

With digital transformation, the rapid adoption of cloud computing and the IoT, and the global scale of today’s supply chains, cybercriminals have more entry points to networks and access to data than ever before. In the past year alone, cyberattacks o… Continue reading Your supply chain: How and why network security and infrastructure matter

Key trends driving the workforce transformation in 2022

Work is having its moment. The transformation of the global workforce accelerated in 2021, driven by the continued impact of the pandemic and strains on businesses amid record labor shortages and shifting worker priorities. It’s a strain felt uni… Continue reading Key trends driving the workforce transformation in 2022

Many users are sharing passwords with someone outside their household

According to a survey by The Harris Poll, one in 10 Americans would prolong a relationship with a friend or partner to maintain access to their streaming account. Moreover, 68% of Americans admitted to using the same password on multiple accounts and 6… Continue reading Many users are sharing passwords with someone outside their household

Automation investments are driving revenue, productivity and employment

SnapLogic and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) released a research into the economic impact of automation. The study looks at the growing adoption of automation and its role in bolstering business revenues, creating jobs, increasin… Continue reading Automation investments are driving revenue, productivity and employment

Microsoft Announces Teams Phone with Calling Plan

  The main gist of this month’s Teams Phone announcement is that Microsoft is consolidating Business Voice with its Enterprise offerings in a new plan, “Teams Phone with Calling Plan.” Microsoft launched Microsoft 365 Business Voice in 2019. It provides SMEs with a complete phone solution that is designed to work with Microsoft Teams. Teams […] Continue reading Microsoft Announces Teams Phone with Calling Plan

From fragmented encryption chaos to uniform data protection

Encryption is so critical to enterprise security that it’s almost like air: It’s a necessity, it’s everywhere, and we can’t live without it. On the surface, having encryption everywhere seems like a great idea. However, in many ways the drive to achiev… Continue reading From fragmented encryption chaos to uniform data protection

How likely are mid-market organizations to experience a breach by the end of 2021?

Coro released an extensive cybersecurity research report revealing a true market failure: a severe lack of preparedness of the mid-market sector, which is comprised of companies with between 100 and 1,500 employees, to defend against an expanding array… Continue reading How likely are mid-market organizations to experience a breach by the end of 2021?