Don’t get ghosted! Top strategies to retain employees & hire new ones

You may have heard about the recent dating phenomenon of “ghosting,” but it turns out ghosting can affect more than just your personal life. More organizations are getting ghosted by job applicants and new hires. 

North Korean bugs allow remote access

North Korean malware can jeopardize sensitive data – here’s the latest.

Malicious software infects 500,000 devices

More than 500,000 routers have been affected by VPNFilter, malware that can steal sensitive data and manipulate everything going through the infected router.

New security features coming to macOS and iOS

Apple recently announced a variety of security and privacy features it’ll be bringing to macOS Mojave and iOS 12 in the near future.

Malware in HR software may expose data

If your business uses PageUp software for human resources, pay attention.

Attackers can use CPU hardware bug for data

Multiple vulnerabilities found in CPUs could put you at risk.

FTC may investigate Google location data

Two senators, Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) and Ed Markey (D-Mass), have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google illegally gathered location data from Android users.

T-Mobile flaw exposed customer account data

T-Mobile’s website faced a bug that exposed the personal account details of many of its customers.

2-step verification available for Firefox

Mozilla recently unveiled a new optional security feature for Firefox users: two-step verification.

Emails may not be safe due to encryption flaw

Two email encryption tools may expose info to attackers. Read on for more info.