Microsoft also issues the final public patch releases for Windows 7, Server 2008, and Server 2008 R2.
Despite evolving tremendously over the last 37 years, there remains an ongoing debate on the pros and cons of open source software.
Ransomware and other types of malware are now more customizable and tailored to victims.
Customers depend on developers to protect the devices and data used on their front lines.
There are already reports of ChatGPT being used for malicious purposes, and there will inevitably be more.
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) bridges the gap between security professionals and developers with valuable resources, tools, and events.
Email security hinges on usability, deployment model, and compliance support — or adoption rates will suffer.
Physical security trends are driven by the demand for more effective ways to secure facilities and control access.
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Lack of control is holding cloud consumption back — successful development of the CSNF will break down those barriers.
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In a few days, First Data will start to disable the accounts of customers who access its systems over unsecure connections. The company has been sending out notifications and reminders for over a year about changes that will be made to its Datawire service beginning on February 15th. If merchants have taken...
Microsoft has resolved 115 unique common vulnerabilities and exposures, 26 of which were rated as Critical.
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