Zoom and gloom? Video comms org agrees to settle for $85m

We take a look at the recent Zoom settlement relating to privacy, zoom-bombing, and data sharing, and ask: “How did we get here?”.

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Kaseya update delayed for security reasons

Kaseya has delayed the release of the update that will allow customers to restart their VSA software so it can add additional security.

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The 6 best Chrome extensions for privacy and security

Want to improve Chrome’s privacy and security but can’t tell the good extensions from the bad? We’re here to help.

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Cloud vs on premises: 3 reasons the Cloud is winning

Many US organizations are migrating from in-house, on-premises solutions to the Cloud. We look at what’s driving the Cloud’s ascendency.

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Android patches for 4 in-the-wild bugs are out, but when will you get them?

New Android vulnerabilities have been discovered, and the patches have been made available. But despite the high severity of the vulnerabilities, some users may never get the update.

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Gamers level up with rewards for better security

We look at some recent attempts by game developers to increase account security, by encouraging gamers to use tools such as 2FA.

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VPN protocols explained and compared

A VPN protocol makes a VPN tick, affecting important factors like speed and security. Here we compare the most widely used protocols.

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SAP warns of malicious activity targeting unpatched systems

A jointly-released report from Onapsis and SAP has warned that cybercriminals are taking advantage of a failure to patch.

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Relax. Internet password books are OK

There, we’ve said it: In an imperfect world, Internet password books can help.

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5G slicing vulnerability could be used in DoS attacks

Researchers have found a vulnerability in the architecture of 5G network slicing, but what does that mean for consumers?

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