The November Patch Tuesday update fixed 13 critical flaws, including a zero-day bug in Internet Explorer. Read More HERE
It seems the latest buzzword coming from those analysts at Gartner is SASE (pronounced “sassy”), which stands for “Secure Access Service Edge.” Network World has published several articles recently to explain what SASE is (and perhaps isn’t). See Matt Conran’s The evolution to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is being driven by necessity as well as Zeus Kerravala’s article How SD-WAN is evolving into Secure Access Service Edge.To read this article in full, please click here READ MORE HERE…Read more
‘Really very everyday’ – report The UK’s Labour Party says its campaign site has been the target of “sophisticated and large-scale cyber-attack” and has informed GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre.… READ MORE HERE…Read more
As populations age, more elderly people are using the internet – but without awareness of the dangers that can be faced online, they’re a tempting target for scammers.
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The industry is also getting better at sharing information, Westpac’s CEO said.
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Admins snoozing on patching despite reports of active attacks The flurry of reports in recent weeks of in-the-wild exploits for the Windows RDP ‘BlueKeep’ security flaw had little impact among those responsible for patching, it seems.… READ MORE HERE…Read more
Zero Trust is a model that will ultimately be infused throughout your enterprise and should inform virtually all access decisions and interactions between systems.
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