How can organizations mitigate the risk of damaging cyberattacks while juggling the constantly changing mix of office and off-site workers? The pandemic may finally be receding, but remote working is very much here to stay. The model that appears to be gaining most traction is a hybrid one, where most staff are allowed to spend … More The hybrid workplace: What does it mean for cybersecurity?
The out-of-band update fixes a remote code execution flaw affecting the Windows Print Spooler service. Microsoft on Wednesday released an emergency update to plug a vulnerability in the Windows Print Spooler service that is being actively exploited in the wild. Dubbed PrintNightmare, the zero-day security flaw affects all versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system going back … More Microsoft issues patch to fix PrintNightmare zero‑day bug
It can be difficult to tell a legitimate website apart from an unsafe one – follow these steps to identify and protect yourself from bad websites. You probably visit tens, if not hundreds, of websites daily. You read a news article here, check your social media there, then you watch a TV show on a … More How to tell if a website is safe
The fraudsters ran their campaigns from the cloud and used phishing attacks and email forwarding rules to steal financial information. Microsoft has shut down a sprawling Business Email Compromise (BEC) operation that had its infrastructure hosted in several web services. Using these cloud-based assets, the threat actors infiltrated hundreds of mailboxes across multiple organizations and … More Microsoft takes down large‑scale BEC operation
The Patch Tuesday security update due in July should hammer the last nail in the coffin of Adobe Flash Player. Microsoft has updated its roadmap for eliminating Adobe Flash Player from the Windows 10 operating system. Starting in July, the removal of the piece of software that has helped shape the internet will become a … More Microsoft will soon remove Flash Player from Windows 10 devices