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Daily update – 24 August 2016


Earlier this week, we found that small-medium size (SMB) businesses were not making the grade to protect their data. Now we find a study that highlights the deficiencies of healthcare providers efforts to protect data. Healthcare IT organizations often lack budget and personnel to address security needs Now, if only Twitter would suspend all the…

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Daily update – 23 August 2016


The tools recently leaked from the NSA hack continue to dominate security news. The NSA’s hoard of cyber weapons makes some experts nervous Another large US retailer is disclosing a point-of-sale system breach Eddie Bauer Reveals It Was the Victim of a POS Breach The insider threat will NEVER go away. It’s an even worse…

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Daily First – Security updates and info


Each day, or as updates become available, we’ll bring you the latest in security news from around the web sprinkled with a dabbling of commentary. Well – this is unfortunate! Windows 10 Anniversary Update broke millions of webcams Patches released to counter tools leaked from the NSA. That whole situation exposes the dirty under-belly of…

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Adobe fixes fatal Flash flaw


According to a release from Adobe Systems, they have released yet another security update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and ChromeOS. Adobe had released a critical update this past Monday however it failed to address some critical flaws. The update released today addresses critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow someone to take…

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Patch Tuesday brings critical updates and confusion


Microsoft released the latest round of security patches, as planned, on Tuesday the 10th of May. If you’re running a Windows operating system, it’s time to hit System Update and get ready to reboot! These 8 patches are rated as CRITICAL and should be applied as soon as possible: MS16-064 Security Update for Adobe Flash…

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