Microsoft also issues the final public patch releases for Windows 7, Server 2008, and Server 2008 R2.
New vulnerabilities put specific devices or systems at risk, US-CERT issues warnings about Dridex malware, and cybercriminals are charged and sentenced.
Development teams are challenged to keep up with flaw remediation, which, if flaws exceed capacity, can result in a growing pool of unresolved issues.
Healthcare data enrichment and technology solutions providers can overcome risks with a comprehensive security program.
Google and Adobe join Microsoft to resolve numerous vulnerabilities.
It’s also time to mark your calendars for several Windows versions' end of life.
Microsoft issues servicing stack updates for most Windows operating systems, Oracle updates are pending, but Adobe has still not issued patches for Flash.
Q4 Security Update: Educate Your Clients and Your Team During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
This October, take opportunities to discuss emerging threats, vulnerabilities, and how businesses can take a proactive stance against cyberattacks.
As you add tools to automate and enhance supply chain operations, make sure you also deploy solutions to keep data and networks secure.
With ransomware back in the news, it’s a good time to review cyberattack and disaster recovery plans.
PCI SSC recommends restricting access to cardholder data based on need to know, giving each user a unique ID, and having physical security in place.
View PCI compliance as best security practices that keep data safe and protect your business — not something to fear.
The number of public sector cyberattacks is increasing. Take these steps to protect your clients.