Intel Tiger Lake and Microsoft’s Surface Duo/Neo: Redefining mobile hardware

Disclosure: Most of the companies mentioned are clients of the author. There have been a series of potentially market-changing announcements this month (and some haven’t happened yet).  The two already public are Intel’s blended CPU/GPU called Tiger Lake, which could change the performance/battery life dynamic for mobile PCs, and the Microsoft Surface Duo, which is […] more…

Intel Tiger Lake and Microsoft’s Surface Duo/Neo: Redefining mobile hardware

Disclosure: Most of the companies mentioned are clients of the author. There have been a series of potentially market-changing announcements this month (and some haven’t happened yet).  The two already public are Intel’s blended CPU/GPU called Tiger Lake, which could change the performance/battery life dynamic for mobile PCs, and the Microsoft Surface Duo, which is […] more…

Texas Man Sentenced to 57 Months in Prison for Hacking Major Tech Firm

Tyler C. King, a 31-year-old from Dallas, Texas, was sentenced this week to 57 months in prison for crimes related to the hacking of an unnamed major tech company based in New York. read more more…

Maryland Officials Warn Gun Dealers About Phishing Scams

Authorities in Maryland have issued an advisory about an apparent email phishing scam targeting firearms dealers in the state. Maryland State Police said it was issued after the Maryland State Police Licensing Division was notified Tuesday about emails received by at least two firearms dealers. read more more…

A zero-day and testing of key printing features will drive August Windows updates

Though a DNS spoofing vulnerability in Windows (CVE-2020-1464) has been rated as a zero-day due to reports of exploitation in the wild, the focus for this month’s updates should be on testing key Windows features prior to deployment. Primarily, printing and back-up scenarios will require your attention. You will also need to work with multiple […] more…

A zero-day and testing of key printing features will drive August Windows updates

Though a DNS spoofing vulnerability in Windows (CVE-2020-1464) has been rated as a zero-day due to reports of exploitation in the wild, the focus for this month’s updates should be on testing key Windows features prior to deployment. Primarily, printing and back-up scenarios will require your attention. You will also need to work with multiple […] more…

Slack, Atlassian deepen ties with app integrations and account ‘passport’

Slack and Atlassian have strengthened their alliance with a joint product roadmap that includes deeper app integrations and a “passport” that reduces time spent logging into separate services. The move marks the latest step in a partnership between the two companies who previously competed directly with real-time communications tools. As part of a deal struck […] more…

Adaptive Shield Emerges From Stealth to Secure SaaS Applications

With $4 million in seed funding, Adaptive Shield this week emerged from stealth mode to automate the security of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup seeks to tackle the issue of incorrect configuration of SaaS applications, which can expose them to cyberattacks, data leaks, and other risks. read more more…

Adaptive Shield Emerges From Stealth to Secure SaaS Applications

With $4 million in seed funding, Adaptive Shield this week emerged from stealth mode to automate the security of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup seeks to tackle the issue of incorrect configuration of SaaS applications, which can expose them to cyberattacks, data leaks, and other risks. read more more…

Adaptive Shield Emerges From Stealth to Secure SaaS Applications

With $4 million in seed funding, Adaptive Shield this week emerged from stealth mode to automate the security of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup seeks to tackle the issue of incorrect configuration of SaaS applications, which can expose them to cyberattacks, data leaks, and other risks. read more more…

Amazon Alexa Vulnerabilities Exposed User Data

Check Point security researchers have identified a series of vulnerabilities that open the gate for a variety of attacks targeting Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant. read more more…

Amazon Alexa Vulnerabilities Exposed User Data

Check Point security researchers have identified a series of vulnerabilities that open the gate for a variety of attacks targeting Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant. read more more…

Amazon Alexa Vulnerabilities Exposed User Data

Check Point security researchers have identified a series of vulnerabilities that open the gate for a variety of attacks targeting Alexa, Amazon’s virtual assistant. read more more…

XCSSET Mac Malware Steals Information, Spreads via Xcode Projects

A newly discovered piece of malware designed to target macOS systems spreads through Xcode projects and exploits what researchers have described as two zero-day vulnerabilities. read more more…

XCSSET Mac Malware Steals Information, Spreads via Xcode Projects

A newly discovered piece of malware designed to target macOS systems spreads through Xcode projects and exploits what researchers have described as two zero-day vulnerabilities. read more more…

Facebook, Google Step Up Election Protection Efforts

Facebook on Thursday launched its voting information center as internet platforms unveiled fresh moves to protect the November US election from manipulation and interference. The hub was described as central to defending against deception and confusion in what promises to be an election roiled by the pandemic and efforts to dupe voters. read more more…

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