With #CleanUpYourComputerDay today, we thought this would be the perfect time to talk about some essential cybersecurity maintenance. Data breaches are often made possible through the compromise of privileged accounts using stolen passwords, usually gained through phishing tactics. However, despite
Only a few days before our favorite time of the month everyone! With Patch Tuesday around the corner, don’t forget to register for our Patch Tuesday Webinar for in-depth coverage and analysis! A remote-execution vulnerability has been disclosed for OpenOffice and LibreOffice where an attacker can r
Routine physical exams and medical check-ups are one of the many good practices to ensure we’re healthy. It’s an obvious measure of how we’re trending on our health goals and gives us opportunity to take action when needed to be on the best path. Like our personal health, our IT check-ups tell us w
This week’s theme encompasses all web browsers, with major security releases for Chrome and Firefox as well as upcoming support changes for Internet Explorer. Microsoft announced the end to Internet Explorer 10 this week, with an upcoming upgrade path for Server 2012 and Windows Embedded 8 systems.
AI, security breaches, voice automation, a rise in flip phone sales... these are just a few of the IT predictions people are making for 2019 and beyond. Here are some of the IT predictions we've received: AI and voice automation are going to be the trend. AI will continue to become more a
New year, new Patch Tuesday! The first Patch Tuesday of the year was January 8, and we hosted our monthly webinar analysis recapping the Microsoft and Third Party security patches released on Patch Tuesday. You can find the resources Ivanti provides on the Ivanti Patch Tuesday page. During the webi
While we are still weeks away from the next patch Tuesday, Apple has kept us busy this week with a series of security releases for its software catalog. A new ransomware campaign has been discovered by security researchers that’s being delivered through spam emails. This attack, titled “GandCrab Ra
We’re learning more about the data breach known as Collection #1. It’s estimated that nearly 1TB of personal information affecting nearly 770 million people is now being sold for as little as $45. At first glance this collection of credentials seems rather alarming, but it turns out much of this da