Announcing Our Commitment to Raising Awareness About the Importance of Safeguarding K-12 School District Data BOULDER, COLO.—January 28, 2021—ManagedMethods, the leading Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 cybersecurity, student safety and compliance pl… Continue reading ManagedMethods Becomes a 2021 Data Privacy Day Champion
Today, law enforcement agencies from around the world successfully wrested control of the Emotet botnet away from its operators. They also took new unprecedented steps to help possible Emotet victims. These steps hopefully bring to a close the story of… Continue reading Emotet Botnet Takedown | Avast
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In today’s weekly edition of Security News in Review, the Morphisec team is bringing you stories about how a cyberattack forced a Belgian hospital to redirect patients, the discovery of yet another malware strain used in the SolarWinds attack, and… Continue reading Security News in Review: Belgian Hospital Forced to Redirect Patients; Ransomware Accounts for 81% of Financially Motivated Attacks
JumpCloud is honored by its inclusion on the Built In Colorado’s Best Places to Work list in 2021 as we continue to rapidly expand the team.
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SolarWinds and Mimecast are long-established, well-respected B2B suppliers of essential business software embedded far-and-wide in company networks.
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Thanks to a couple of milestone … Continue reading Q&A: SolarWinds, Mimecast hacks portend intensified third-party, supply-chain compromises
Remember when Igor Kuznetsov and Costin Raiu announced that two of the victims in FireEye’s SUNBURST IOC list were ***net.***.com and central.***.gov on Kaspersky’s Securelist blog in December? Reuters later reported that these victims were Cox Communi… Continue reading Twenty-three SUNBURST Targets Identified
Is the world really ready for COVID-19 vaccination passport apps? Also, the return of Parler, details on Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop, the Ubiquiti data breach, Ring end-to-end encryption for video, and other important cybersecurity and privacy news fr… Continue reading Parler’s Return, Pelosi’s Stolen Laptop, Vaccination Passports
Increasingly, law enforcement agencies and lawmakers are asking smartphone developers like Apple and Google to create backdoors into the encryptions that protect user data. But even without them, investigators can access your data.
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You might have missed the news about a FaceTime bug that was found about a year ago. The bug enabled anyone to start a group FaceTime call with one of your contacts, even if that person didn’t explicitly accept the call.
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