Tag: Security

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Canon: ‘Wi-Fi data remains intact during recovery process’

Canon: ‘Wi-Fi data remains intact during recovery process’

Canon is warning businesses about a potential security problem that may arise after discarding printers. The problem is the Wi-Fi data does not erase itself, although it should. If you decide to resell a Canon printer after the device has been running in your business for a few years, you will ... Read more

date7 months ago
Google fixes four major vulnerabilities in Android

Google fixes four major vulnerabilities in Android

Google has fixed quite a few vulnerabilities with the July 2023 Android security update. About four of these vulnerabilities have been classified as critical. In total, Google fixed 46 vulnerabilities in the latest security update. Four are classified as critical to very critical because they ar... Read more

date8 months ago
Lacework: Cross-pollinating security is DevOps nectar

Lacework: Cross-pollinating security is DevOps nectar

When the term DevOps was first introduced in 2009, many agree that it led to a major shift in the way we looked at the software development lifecycle. Of course, in many ways, DevOps was just a label for something that had already existed i.e. teams had worked together productively for many de... Read more

date8 months ago
Hackers exploit zero-day in WordPress plugin Ultimate Member

Hackers exploit zero-day in WordPress plugin Ultimate Member

Hackers have once again found a way to break into WordPress accounts. This time, a zero-day in the Ultimate Member plugin grants access. Hackers can penetrate 200,000 WordPress websites through a zero-day in the Ultimate Member plugin. The plugin serves website visitors with a simple account re... Read more

date8 months ago
SUSE SLES ready to run AI workloads

SUSE SLES ready to run AI workloads

SUSE adds more security features to Rancher and the newest release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) . Furthermore, it makes SLES future-proof with enough capacity to run heavier AI workloads. On the first day of SUSECON 2023, SUSE unveils its latest SUSE Linux Enterprise. SLES 15 SP5 need... Read more

date9 months ago
Atlassian empowers IT teams with enhanced Jira security

Atlassian empowers IT teams with enhanced Jira security

To help organizations prioritize security more effectively, Atlassian has unveiled Security in Jira for Jira Software Cloud. Software teams can use them to get visibility into the security issues that demand attention. By collaborating with esteemed partners such as Snyk, Mend, Lacework, Stackha... Read more

date9 months ago
Research: employees lack security knowledge

Research: employees lack security knowledge

Fortinet research shows that cybercriminals are increasingly launching targeted attacks against company employees. However, according to more than half of the surveyed decision-makers, employees have insufficient security knowledge, which makes organizations vulnerable. Attention to proper secu... Read more

date9 months ago
Google adds 5 new features to Password Manager in Chrome

Google adds 5 new features to Password Manager in Chrome

Users can now set up additional authentication methods, save password notes, easily import from other password managers, and more. This week Google unveiled a suite of new features that enhance the functionality of the company's password management utility. Google Password Manager instantly gene... Read more

date9 months ago
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