A new critical vulnerability in Netgear smart switches can be exploited by an attacker to potentially execute malicious code and take over impacted devices. Researchers provided technical details about a recently addressed critical vulnerability, dubbed Seventh Inferno, in Netgear smart switches that could be exploited by an attacker to potentially execute malicious code and take […]
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Mirantis launched Mirantis Flow, a vendor-agnostic, cloud-native data center-as-a-service aimed at businesses currently using costly, lock-in cloud infrastructure technology to modernize infrastructure while enabling both virtualization and containeriz…
Read More Mirantis Flow provides virtualization and containerization in the data center
SnapLogic released the latest version of its SnapLogic Flows solution. SnapLogic Flows allows teams in departments such as sales, marketing, finance, and HR to build new integrations and automations themselves that support their daily operations, solve…
Read More SnapLogic Flows enables non-technical business teams to build integrations and automations
Never a dull moment! Most important stuff this week is talking about next week, namely because Scott Helme and I will be dong a live stream together for the 5th anniversary of my weekly update vids. We’d love questions and topics in advance or just drop in on
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Researchers Say OMIGOD Vulnerability Can Give Attackers Root PrivilegesThe Mirai botnet is actively exploiting the known vulnerability CVE-2021-38647, which is part of a quarter of vulnerabilities dubbed OMIGOD, in Microsoft’s Azure Linux Open Manageme…
Read More Mirai Botnet Actively Exploiting OMIGOD Flaw
Cytracom announced the acquisition of OmniNet. OmniNet combines SD-WAN and cloud security to enable secure connectivity without the need for or limitations of traditional, on-premises UTMs and firewalls. “Cytracom is solely focused on enabling ou…
Read More Cytracom acquires OmniNet to deliver security and connectivity solutions for their customers
Kolide raised $17M in Series B investment funding bringing the total funding to date to $27M. The round was led by Boston-based OpenView Partners, a VC that exclusively invests in product-led SaaS B2B companies. OpenView joined other participating inve…
Read More Kolide raises $17M to fuel the growth and expansion of its go-to market strategy
Researchers Say OMIGOD’ Vulnerability Can Give Attackers Root PrivilegesThe Mirai botnet is actively exploiting the known vulnerability CVE-2021-38647, which is part of a quarter of vulnerabilities dubbed OMIGOD, in Microsoft’s Azure Linux Open Managem…
Read More Mirai Botnet Actively Exploit OMIGOD Flaw
Chipmaker AMD has addressed a vulnerability in PSP driver, tracked as CVE-2021-26333, that could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information from the targeted system. Chipmaker AMD has addressed a medium severity issue in Platform Security Processor (PSP) chipset driver, tracked as CVE-2021-26333, that could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information from the targeted system. […]
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Torq announced that Jason Chan has joined the company’s CISO Advisory board. The former leader of information security at Netflix, Jason will leverage his decades-long career building and leading security teams to help Torq continue to accelerate produ…
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You can find ram’s horn squid shells on beaches in Texas (and presumably elsewhere).
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The Mirai botnet starts exploiting the recently disclosed OMIGOD vulnerability to compromise vulnerable systems exposed online. Threat actors behind a Mirai botnet starts exploiting a critical Azure OMIGOD vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-38647, a few days after Microsoft disclosed them. Recently released September 2021 Patch Tuesday security updates have addressed four severe vulnerabilities, collectively tracked as OMIGOD, in the Open Management […]
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Guest host Jim Love, IT World Canada’s CIO, and Dinah Davis discuss passwords, REvil and cybersecurity awareness
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This week’s Patch Tuesday was an unusual update from Microsoft and we have added Windows, the Microsoft development platform, and Adobe Reader to our “Patch Now” schedule. These updates are driven by the zero-day patch (CVE-2021-40444) to the core M…
Read More Legacy apps are at risk with the September Patch Tuesday update
FBI, CISA, Coast Guard Release Joint Warning and Urge Customers to PatchCISA, the FBI and the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command warn users of Zoho Corp.’s single sign-on and password management tool to patch for a vulnerability that nation-state groups ma…
Read More US Warns Nation-State Groups May Exploit Flaw in Zoho Tool
A flaw in the MSHTML engine that lets an attacker use a malicious Office document to install malware is currently being used against the energy, industrial, banking, medical tech, and other sectors.
Read More Recently reported Microsoft zero-day gaining popularity with attackers, Kaspersky says
Twelve additional tribes welcomed to Tribal Access Program for national crime information
Read More More Tribes Given Enhanced Access to US Crime Data
US locks up cyber-criminal who stole $200m from AT&T by bribing staff to unlock millions of customers’ cell phones
Read More Prison for AT&T Phone-Unlocking Fraudster
Analysis of Numando banking trojan, steps to mitigate attack surface, and more! – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
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Cities, states, federal and military agencies should patch the Laserfiche CMS post-haste, said the security researcher whose jaw dropped at 50 sites hosting porn and Viagra spam.
Read More Porn Problem: Adult Ads Persist on US Gov’t, Military Sites
I imagine the A15 processor inside the iPad mini may deliver similar performance to what it can achieve inside the smaller iPhone. We don’t have the benchmark data to prove this assumption yet, but it’s possible — assuming Apple hasn’t downclocked t…
Read More Should the brilliant new iPad mini go Pro?
Local credit union, Bessemer System Federal Credit Union (BSFCU), sued Fortune 500 tech giant Fiserv over ‘amateurish security lapses’ in 2019. Fiserv counterclaimed with a motion to dismiss, and Bessemer motioned to dismiss the counterclaim.
Read More Credit Union’s Legal Battle With Tech Giant Fiserv Rumbles On
New Bitdefender tool unlocks many files encrypted by REvil ransomware prior to July 13
Read More Free REvil Decryptor Launched
An August Beyond Identity report takes a look at people’s password protection habits as well as their tendencies to guess other folk’s passwords.
Read More Have you tried to guess your boss’s password? Lots of workers have, according to a report
The table below shows my favorite go-to R packages for data import, wrangling, visualization and analysis — plus a few miscellaneous tasks tossed in. The package names in the table are clickable if you want more information. To find out more about …
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The table below shows my favorite go-to R packages for data import, wrangling, visualization and analysis — plus a few miscellaneous tasks tossed in. The package names in the table are clickable if you want more information. To find out more about …
Read More Great R packages for data import, wrangling and visualization
Sixty-seven percent lack confidence in their ability to recover business-critical data, which is troubling given that the amount of data businesses manage has grown by more than 10x since 2016.
Read More Dell study finds most organizations don’t think they can recover from a ransomware attack
Chipmaker AMD has patched a driver vulnerability that could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information from the targeted system.
Read More AMD Chipset Driver Vulnerability Can Allow Hackers to Obtain Sensitive Data
A spokesman for the authority running Germany’s September 26 general election confirmed that hackers briefly disrupted its website last month. Threat actors last month hit the website of the authority running Germany’s September 26 general election, reported AFP. According to a spokesman for the organization, the attack took place at the end of August and […]
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Only 31% are shipping laptops to employees and nearly half have spent their own money on a remote workspace, a survey from GetApp finds.
Read More Small businesses need to step up efforts to secure and retain hybrid workers
Many Files Crypto-Locked Before July 13 Unlockable via Free Bitdefender DecryptorScore one for the good guys in the fight against ransomware: Anyone who fell victim to REvil, aka Sodinokibi, crypto-locking malware before July 13 can now decrypt at leas…
Read More Good News: REvil Ransomware Victims Get Free Decryptor
The discovery shows that hackers are looking for new and improved methods to compromise Windows machines, and most likely are focusing their attention on WSL in an attempt to evade detection. The first samples that were showing the fact that the attack…
Read More A New Malware Uses Windows Subsystem
An Illinois man who operated an infamous online service allowing users to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on selected targets was found guilty of three felonies.
Read More Operator of ‘DownThem’ DDoS Attack Service Convicted
Muhammad Fahd, a 35-year-old Pakistani national, has been sentenced to 12 years of prison in the United States for his role in a scheme that involved illegally unlocking AT&T phones and hacking into the telecoms giant’s systems.
Read More Pakistani Man Involved in AT&T Hacking Scheme Sentenced to Prison in U.S.
Jeff Costlow, CISO at ExtraHop, makes the case for implementing next-gen intrusion-detection systems (NG-IDS) and retiring those noisy 90s compliance platforms.
Read More Ditch the Alert Cannon: Modernizing IDS is a Security Must-Do
As per an FBI report published yesterday on the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) site, Americans managed since the beginning of this year to lose $113 million. The reason? Falling prey to the vast trend of online romance scams. Online Romance Scam…
Read More Online Romance Scams Led to $113 Million Financial Loss in 2021, the FBI Reports
With the help of malicious insiders, a fraudster was able to install malware and remotely divorce iPhones and other handsets from the carrier’s U.S. network — all the way from Pakistan.
Read More AT&T Phone-Unlocking Malware Ring Costs Carrier $200M
Microsoft on Thursday published additional guidance on addressing recently disclosed vulnerabilities in the Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) framework, along with new protections to resolve the bugs within affected Azure Virtual Machine (VM) manage…
Read More Mirai Botnet Starts Exploiting OMIGOD Flaw as Microsoft Issues More Guidance
Suspected hackers last month briefly disrupted the website of the authority running Germany’s September 26 general election, a spokesman for the body told AFP Wednesday.
Read More German Election Authority Confirms Likely Cyber Attack
The experts at security firm Bitdefender, in collaboration with “a trusted law enforcement partner”, have made available a universal decryptor for victims of the REvil ransomware (also sometimes known as Sodinokibi).
Read More Free decryptor for past REvil ransomware victims released
Microsoft and RiskIQ researchers have identified several campaigns using the recently patched zero-day, reiterating a call for organizations to update affected systems.
Read More Microsoft MSHTML Flaw Exploited by Ryuk Ransomware Gang
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Coast Guard Cyber Command (CGCYBER) have sounded the alarm over in-the-wild attacks targeting a recently disclosed vulnerability in Zoh…
Read More U.S. Agencies Warn of APTs Exploiting Recent ADSelfService Plus Zero-Day
A divided federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an ACLU lawsuit challenging a portion of the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international email and phone communications.
Read More Court Rejects Lawsuit Against NSA on “State Secrets” Grounds
The vulnerability in question exists in the single sign-on and password management solution since early August 2021. Zoho Corporation is an Indian multinational technology company that creates web-based business tools, being known for its online office…
Read More FBI and CISA Warn Regarding a Critical Zoho Bug
Citizen Lab released a report on a zero-click iMessage exploit that is used in NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
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Apple patched the vulnerability; everyone needs to update their OS immediately.
News articles on the exploit.
A number of malicious samples have been created for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) with the goal of compromising Windows machines, highlighting a sneaky method that allows the operators to stay under the radar and thwart detection by popular ant…
Read More New Malware Targets Windows Subsystem for Linux to Evade Detection
What’s that one productivity tool you simply couldn’t live without? For me, it’s Dragon NaturallySpeaking, the voice recognition package that, despite its many quirks and frustrations, has saved me countless hours of keyboard time over the past 15 y…
Read More Best-loved productivity tools of the rich and famous
A new malware written in Golang programming language, tracked as Capoae, is targeting WordPress installs and Linux systems. Akamai researchers spotted a new strain of malware written in Golang programming language, dubbed Capoae, that was involved in attacks aimed at WordPress installs and Linux systems. The malware spread through attacks exploiting known vulnerabilities (i.e. CVE-2020-14882 […]
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I got a briefing this week on the impressive Poly E70 conference room camera and X70 (with built-in speakers). They are impressive pieces of hardware, but they only work with Zoom at the moment (though Teams certification is coming). And that lack o…
Read More The problem with the Poly Studio E70 and X70
The tablet is a provocative beast.Make a big one, and people argue over whether it could replace a laptop. Make a small one, and some users want it to be a giant phone. These conversations have repeated themselves since then-CEO Steve Jobs announced…
Read More The rise of tablets: Why we don’t need laptops or phones anymore
VoLTE: Voice over LTE is a high-speed wireless communication standard for mobile phones. It has up to three…
Read More How Unlimited Internet Data Has Changed The Face Of Cybercrime?
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The (probably) penultimate post in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans.
Read More Numando: Count once, code twice
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FBI figures reveal new cryptocurrency investment fraud tactic
Read More Romance Scammers Make $133m in First Half of 2021
Lawmakers call on Facebook to drop the “Instagram for Kids” plan, thousands protest El Salvador’s adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender and Uber Canada helps voters get to the polls this election. It’s all the tech news that’s trending right now, welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Friday, September 17, and I’m your host, Tom Li. […]
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Critical vulnerability affects ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus
Read More CISA: Patch Zoho Bug Being Exploited by APT Groups
A targeted phishing campaign aimed at the aviation industry for two years may be spearheaded by a threat actor operating out of Nigeria, highlighting how attackers can carry out small-scale cyber offensives for extended periods of time while staying un…
Read More Malware Attack on Aviation Sector Uncovered After Going Unnoticed for 2 Years
Security researchers spotted a new malware that uses Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to evade detection in attacks against Windows machines. Security researchers from Lumen’s Black Lotus Labs have discovered several malicious Linux binaries developed to target the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a compatibility layer for running Linux […]
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The cryptocurrency Litecoin soared in value earlier this week upon the news that supermarket giant Walmart would accept it as a form of payment at its retail stores across America.
The only problem was… it simply wasn’t true.
Read more in my ar…
Read More Fake Walmart press release causes cryptocurrency price surge
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the state of the Biden administration’s efforts to disrupt ransomware attackers, as well as how a newly patched Apple iMessage flaw was being targeted by Pegasus spyware to effect z…
Read More Is White House Crackdown on Ransomware Having Any Effect?
Calls for Global Cryptocurrency Regulation Escalate as US Explores OptionsAmid growing calls for cryptocurrency regulations, the U.S. acting comptroller of the currency has made a definitive statement on safeguarding investors and how cryptocurrency sh…
Read More OCC’s Hsu Addresses Need for Cryptocurrency Oversight
Here’s a look at the most interesting product releases from the past week, featuring releases from Alation, IDrive, Hornetsecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Qualys, ThreatConnect and Titania. Qualys Patch Management keeps endpoints up to date to reduce risk…
Read More New infosec products of the week: September 17, 2021
The ever-evolving shift to digital means that most of our day-to-day activities are carried out online. We’re now accustomed to simply toggling through a few apps to book a ride, order dinner and scroll through content from friends and public figures a…
Read More The digital identity imperative
Sonatype released a report that revealed continued strong growth in open source supply and demand dynamics. Further, with regard to open source security risks, the report reveals a 650% year over year increase in supply chain attacks aimed at upstream …
Read More Open source cyberattacks increasing by 650%, popular projects more vulnerable
A report on the skills and salaries of professionals in the technology sector reveals the true value of certification. It also identifies the number one reason for leaving a job is a lack of career growth and professional development. Questionmark, the…
Read More Highest paying IT certifications in 2021
COVID-19 quickly ushered in the era of remote work, introducing new risks that IT professionals are struggling to manage with existing security tools, according to a Thales study. Six in 10 respondents said traditional security tools such as VPNs are s…
Read More Modern security strategies key to support remote workforce demands
O’Reilly announced the results of a survey, which revealed that 64% of respondents took part in training or obtained new certifications in the past year to build upon their professional skills. The survey also found that 61% of respondents participated…
Read More Data and AI professionals prioritize learning new skills amid labor shortage
5G trends are continuing to accelerate, with 5G SA Core evaluation, testing and launch activities growing significantly across all geographic regions, according to Spirent. In particular, there is considerable demand for managed solutions and XaaS (Any…
Read More 5G trends accelerating, all major regions pursuing 5G Core testing and deployments
Safe Systems released CloudInsight M365 Security Basics, which provides financial institutions visibility into their security settings for Azure Active Directory and O365/M365 tenants. Digital security will continue to be a growing concern for modern f…
Read More Safe Systems CloudInsight M365 Security Basics provides visibility into Microsoft security settings
Sentry announced new capabilities that reduce management overhead and accelerate issue response times for enterprise development teams. With percent-based alerts, Code Owners for GitHub and GitLab, team and personal notifications in Slack, and SCIM sup…
Read More Sentry’s capabilities enable enterprise teams to reduce risk and management overhead
A jury in California today reached a guilty verdict in the trial of Matthew Gatrel, a St. Charles, Ill. man charged in 2018 with operating two online services that allowed paying customers to launch powerful distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against Internet users and websites. Gatrel’s conviction comes roughly two weeks after his co-conspirator pleaded guilty to criminal charges related to running the services.
Read More Trial Ends in Guilty Verdict for DDoS-for-Hire Boss
Man, who shared millions of child sexual abuse images on the dark web, sent to prison for 27 years
Read More US Imprisons World’s Largest Facilitator of CSAM
Push Technology announced new personalized client data delivery capability in the company’s Diffusion Intelligent Event-Data Platform, that delivers data among applications, systems and devices. Introducing personalization with Session Trees The new re…
Read More Push Technology Diffusion 6.7 secures personalized data delivery to individual clients
Cooperation around cyber capabilities, critical technology, AI and more under new AUKUS agreement
Read More Australia, UK, and US Announce Security Partnership
Versa Networks launched 5G-native products for the wide area network (WAN) edge delivering complete SASE integration and SASE services to the network edge. Natively supporting private 5G functions, Versa enables ease of deployment and equips organizsat…
Read More Versa Networks offers 5G WAN Edge products to deliver SASE services to the network edge
US Federal Trade Commission says health apps that don’t disclose data breaches to consumers will be fined
Read More FTC: Health Apps Must Notify Consumers of Data Breaches
DDN and Tintri announced the IntelliFlash N6000 series. This next-generation NVMe-based system optimizes the user experience across all workloads, eliminating IO contention and enhancing IT efficiencies with autonomous AI-driven operations. DDN and Tin…
Read More DDN and Tintri announces IntelliFlash N6000 series to enhance latency and throughput for file services
Beazley has named Raf Sanchez as its new Global Head of Cyber Services. Sanchez, currently International Manager of Beazley Breach Response Services, assumes his new Global Head of Cyber Services role on the 1st October, and joins the Global Cyber &…
Read More Beazley names Raf Sanchez as Global Head of Cyber Services
Analysts Say the Gang Is Escalating Rhetoric to Scare VictimsRegarding the recent tactical innovation by the Grief ransomware gang that is threatening to wipe a victim’s data and decryption key if the victim engages a ransom negotiator, analysts are ca…
Read More Is Grief’s Threat to Wipe Decryption Key Believable?
The Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) initiative, supported by the Internet Society, announced an Equipment Vendor Program to help reduce the most common threats to the Internet’s routing system. Founding participants in this new MANRS…
Read More Internet Society introduces MANRS initiative to improve the resilience and security of the routing infrastructure
Wells Fargo announced new digital infrastructure strategy, combining a multi-cloud approach with third-party data centers to drive technological speed, agility, and scalability for its customers and employees. Central to the digital infrastructure stra…
Read More Wells Fargo launches digital infrastructure strategy for its customers and employees
The FBI, CISA, and the Coast Guard Cyber Command (CGCYBER) warn of state-sponsored attacks that are actively exploiting CVE-2021-40539 Zoho flaw. The FBI, CISA, and the Coast Guard Cyber Command (CGCYBER) warn that nation-state APT groups are actively exploiting a critical vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-40539, in the Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus software. ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus […]
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Read More FBI, CISA, and CGCYBER warn of nation-state actors exploiting CVE-2021-40539 Zoho bug
The newly identified bug in a Zoho single sign-on and password management tool has been under active attack since early August.
Read More CISA, FBI: State-Backed APTs May Be Exploiting Critical Zoho Bug
Endpoint security platform Kolide on Thursday announced that it has raised $17 million in Series B funding, for a total of $27 million raised to date.
Read More Endpoint Security Platform Kolide Banks $17 Million Investment
Google this week announced plans to support the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF) to boost the security of open source projects.
Read More Google Helps OSTIF Boost Security of Open Source Projects
Breach Notification Report Reveals Some PII Could Have Been ExposedThe Republican Governors Association was one of several U.S. organizations targeted in March when a nation-state group took advantage of vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange email serv…
Read More Republican Governors Association Targeted in Exchange Attacks
Samsung Pay users can now add their TD access and debit cards.
The post Samsung Pay now supports TD cards first appeared on IT World Canada.
Read More Samsung Pay now supports TD cards
The concept of a fourth industrial revolution was first introduced a decade ago as “Industry 4.0” by scientists developing a high-tech strategy for the German government. This concept has since gone global, and most would agree we are entering a new era featuring many exciting advances in areas like AI, nanotech and robotics. But making […]
The post It’s time to harness AI for business impacts first appeared on IT World Canada.
Read More It’s time to harness AI for business impacts
Apple announced its latest additions to its iPhone lineup, as well as a new iPad mini, at its “California Streaming” event on Tuesday. Both devices will be powered by Apple’s new A15 Bionic processor. Macworld executive editor Michael Simon and Comp…
Read More Podcast: Apple introduces the A15-powered iPhone 13, plus iOS 14.8 patches Pegasus spyware flaw
Kaspersky this week published its first transparency report to share information on the government and law enforcement agency requests received in 2020 and in the first half of 2021.
Read More Kaspersky Received 105 Government, Law Enforcement Requests in H1 2021
A spyware effort bent on stealing cookies and logins is being driven by unsophisticated attackers cashing in on the initial-access-broker boom.
Read More Airline Credential-Theft Takes Off in Widening Campaign
Microsoft revealed that multiple threat actors are exploiting the recently patched Windows MSHTML remote code execution security flaw (CVE-2021-40444). Microsoft warns of multiple threat actors, including ransomware operators, that are exploiting the recently patched Windows MSHTML remote code execution security flaw (CVE-2021-40444) in attacks against organizations. The IT giant says that threat actors started targeting […]
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Read More Microsoft warns of attacks exploiting recently patched Windows MSHTML CVE-2021-40444 bug
In a world that has hit the digital fast track, the industrial sector is looking to connected and autonomous machines to help them perform better, produce more, and reduce costs. Earlier assumptions about job loss and disruption seem to have flown out the window as decision-makers in this sector see the many and varied benefits […]
The post A new world of connected and autonomous heavy equipment first appeared on IT World Canada.
Read More A new world of connected and autonomous heavy equipment
Canonical announced that its managed services had MSPCV Certification. Jack Wallen believes this milestone should help big businesses realize it is time to trust open source software.
Read More It’s time enterprise businesses place their complete trust in open source
The Implementing ISO Format 4 PIN Blocks Information Supplement provides guidance to help PIN acquiring entities with the planning, migration, and testing of the implementation of ISO Format 4 PIN blocks in conformance with the requiremen…
Read More Information Supplement: Implementing ISO Format 4 PIN Blocks
Got Linux? Here’s a bug you weren’t expecting, in software you might not know you have.
Read More OMIGOD, an exploitable hole in Microsoft open source code!