Electron flaw found, affects Microsoft apps

A new software flaw has been found that threatens popular Microsoft apps.

Intel releasing new chips after Spectre, Meltdown

Intel announced plans to release updated microchips later this year to protect against the security flaws Spectre and Meltdown, discovered in many of the company’s microchips.

76% of organizations struck by phishing attacks in 2017

Phishing attacks remain one of the most common security risks for IT professionals and organizations, according to a new report from Wombat Security.

Google Apps possibly downloading malware onto your device

Google Apps may be allowing bad actors to install malware on your device via a security flaw.

Malware discovered on Forever 21 PoS devices

Fashion retailer Forever 21 found malware implanted on its point-of-sale systems (PoS) devices during an investigation into a 2017 data breach.

Breach! Private info of 247K DHS staffers leaked

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently announced a data breach that occurred in May 2017.

Multiple vulnerabilities found in GPS trackers

A series of vulnerabilities being called “Trackmageddon” have been discovered in multiple GPS services that collect location data from devices like pet, car and kid trackers.

New malware attacks safety systems

Emergency shutdown systems have been targeted by a new malware attack.

Watch out for this new I-9 scam

Watch out for emails from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) asking about employees’ I-9 forms – they’re most likely a scam.

The strategic response strategy your company needs

With all of the threats to cybersecurity in the world, there’s often an onus on establishing a strong prevention plan. But what about when those protections fail?