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Secure Remote Workers Without Hampering Productivity

Here are some tips to ensure your remote workers can continue to operate as usual in a secure manner.
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Q2 Security Update: Hackers Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste

Concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic are, understandably, distracting your users. Remind them that hackers, on the other hand, are laser-focused on their objectives.

April Patch Tuesday

This month Microsoft resolved 113 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs), 19 of which are rated as critical.

Identifying Team Risks through a Comprehensive Skills Gap Analysis

A skills gap analysis will help you identify what security training is necessary and for whom in your organization.
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March 2020 Patch Tuesday Commentary

Microsoft has resolved 115 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures, 26 of which were rated as Critical.
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Open Source Software: Mitigating the Risks to Reap the Rewards

Despite evolving tremendously over the last 37 years, there remains an ongoing debate on the pros and cons of open source software.

5 Ways to Speed Adoption of More Secure Email Environments

Email security hinges on usability, deployment model, and compliance support — or adoption rates will suffer.

4 Business Risks that Should Be Keeping ISVs Up at Night

Employee retention, cybersecurity, the legislative landscape, and new technologies deserve some extra attention and a proactive strategy.

How Are Organizations Spending Their Security Budgets This Year?

Your clients are facing multiple hurdles to implementing and managing the solutions they need, creating a viable market for new services and solutions.

February 2020 Patch Tuesday: First Security Updates for Edge Chromium Browser Edition

Microsoft resolved 99 CVEs in February and issued the first security updates for Edge Chromium browser edition, while Adobe issued multiple updates.

January Patch Tuesday: Microsoft Issues CVE for Crypto Vulnerability

Microsoft also issues the final public patch releases for Windows 7, Server 2008, and Server 2008 R2.

Q1 2020 Security Update: New Vulnerabilities Discovered, Cybercriminals Charged

New vulnerabilities put specific devices or systems at risk, US-CERT issues warnings about Dridex malware, and cybercriminals are charged and sentenced.

Veracode’s State of Software Security Report Sheds Light on “Security Debt”

Development teams are challenged to keep up with flaw remediation, which, if flaws exceed capacity, can result in a growing pool of unresolved issues.

AI in Healthcare: With Great Power Comes Great Risk

Healthcare data enrichment and technology solutions providers can overcome risks with a comprehensive security program.

December Patch Tuesday: Windows 7 and Server 2008/2008 R2 End of Life is Near

Google and Adobe join Microsoft to resolve numerous vulnerabilities.

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