65% of orgs suffer sales delays from lax security

Keeping customer data secure is essential to maintaining your customers. That importance is never clearer than when concerns about privacy arise.

Multiple vulnerabilities patched by Apple

Memory corruption presents a problem in Apple’s browsers and software.

Microsoft releases 2 more Spectre v2 updates

The Spectre vulnerability hasn’t gone away, and Microsoft is still dealing with its impact. The company released two new updates to fix the Spectre v2 vulnerability.

New Gmail tool creates email expiration dates

For those worried about sending sensitive info over email, Google has a solution. Its new confidential mode for Gmail will let G Suite business users set expiration dates for emails that contain sensitive data.

Secure HTTP connections now available for anyone

The nonprofit certificate authority Let’s Encrypt recently unveiled a new service that would allow anyone to get free “wildcard” certificates to enable secure HTTP connections for entire domains.

Windows 10 flaw allows malicious websites

A recently discovered vulnerability in Cortana, the Windows 10 voice assistant, allows hackers to open malicious websites on a PC, even when it’s locked.

Employees not creating strong passwords? Try this

Creating strong passwords is a no-brainer when it comes to security.

Update: Equifax breach exposed even more info than believed

Months after Equifax announced one of the biggest data breaches in history, the company has revealed more information was exposed than it originally thought.

Cisco software flaw allows device takeover

Cisco networking devices running adaptive security appliance (ASA) software are vulnerable to a newly discovered flaw.

2017: Ransomware caused ‘worst year ever’ in breaches

Data breaches nearly doubled from 2016 to 2017, and most of those attacks could’ve been avoided or significantly downgraded with basic IT best practices.