SolarWinds did not enable anti-exploit mitigation available since 2006 allowing threat actors to target SolarWinds Serv-U FTP software in July attacks. Software vendor SolarWinds did not enable ASLR anti-exploit mitigation that was available since the launch of Windows Vista in 2006, allowing the attackers to launch targeted attacks in July. Microsoft, which investigated the incidents, […]
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Read More Attacks against SolarWinds Serv-U SW were possible due to the lack of ASLR mitigation
Cisco has patched a critical security vulnerability impacting its Enterprise Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure Software (NFVIS) that could be exploited by an attacker to take control of an affected system.
Read More Cisco Issues Patch for Critical Enterprise NFVIS Flaw — PoC Exploit Available
Tracked as CVE-2021-34746, the we…
The VPN held an important role in the evolution of the internet, and for decades has supported businesses in securing their networks. VPNs have been used by businesses and individuals across the globe, but now the tide is turning. As technology advance…
Read More Out with the old, in with the new: From VPNs to ZTNA
Here’s a look at the most interesting product releases from the past week, featuring releases from Absolute, Anomali, Cyware, Query.AI and Red Sentry. Absolute DataExplorer enables IT and security teams to capture critical endpoint data The Absolute Da…
Read More New infosec products of the week: September 3, 2021
How Banks and Insurance Providers can Leverage Modern Solutions for Modern FraudDespite these financial headwinds, new ways are emerging for FIs to differentiate on the quality of fraud prevention and outreach they can provide to customers.
Read More Financial Service versus Fraud – the Battle Continues
Sophos: Methods Include ‘Intermittent Encryption’The operators of LockFile ransomware have adopted new techniques, including “intermittent encryption,” to help evade detection, according to cybersecurity firm Sophos.
Read More LockFile Ransomware Using New Techniques to Evade Detection
Cryptocurrency Exchange Offering Some Affected Users $100 Worth of BitcoinCryptocurrency exchange Coinbase faces potential user trust challenges after a system error led it to send out false automated security alerts to about 125,000 customers indicati…
Read More 125,000 Coinbase Users Get False Security Alerts
Company Directed to Delete All Secretly Stolen DataThe Federal Trade Commission has, for the first time ever, banned a company and its CEO from the surveillance business in the U.S. Stalkerware service provider company SpyFone and its CEO, Scott Zucker…
Read More FTC Bans SpyFone Company, CEO From Surveillance Business
Because a relatively small number of individuals provide the vast majority of services and infrastructure that power cybercrime, they remain top targets for arrest – or at least disruption – by law enforcement authorities, says cybercrime expert Alan W…
Read More Wait, Watch, Disrupt: How Police Keep Targeting Cybercrime
This is the first episode of The Ransomware Files, a podcast series focused on stories of resilience in the fight against ransomware. A systems administrator with a school district in Washington state recounts a brush with Ryuk ransomware and how the d…
Read More The Ransomware Files, Episode 1: The School District
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis initiatives unveiled by the Biden administration to enhance supply chain and critical infrastructure security and address the cybersecurity skills gap. Also featured: LockBit 2.0 ransomware …
Read More Analysis: New White House Security Initiatives
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the cybercrime-as-a-service model and how law enforcement could potentially disrupt it. Also featured: T-Mobile probes a massive data breach; tackling abuse in the workplace.
Read More Analysis: Disrupting the Cybercrime-as-a-Service Model
Biometric Databases Could Be Used to Identify Individuals Who Assisted NATO ForcesAs the last U.S. military flight lifted off Tuesday evening from the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, what’s been left behind reportedly includes a vast trove of biometric …
Read More Taliban’s Takeover of Kabul: Biometric Fallout Concerns
Attacker Extols the Malware While Also Advising Would-Be Victims on Optimal DefensesWant defensive advice from a ransomware-wielding attacker? In a tell-all interview, a LockBit 2.0 representative not only extols the virtues of his malware, but also ad…
Read More 9 Takeaways: LockBit 2.0 Ransomware Rep ‘Tells All’
Insurers Have a Great Opportunity to Become Guardians of Customer DataGreater data-sharing opportunities and collaboration makes it easier to identify and understand good customers, not just the bad.
Read More Utilizing Data Opportunities and Risks in Insurance to Protect Customers and Drive Greater Differentiation
NSC Adviser Anne Neuberger Says Organizations Should Take PrecautionsWhile there is currently a lack of specific cyberthreats, Deputy National Security Adviser Anne Neuberger urges organizations, especially those in critical infrastructure, to take pre…
Read More White House Warns Of Cyberthreats Over Labor Day Weekend
Compliance Week conducted a survey which shows the importance of both advanced technology and dedicated teams that can quickly deliver data insights to reduce time and cost and result in better outcomes. The survey, which garnered 200 responses from co…
Read More Increasing number of investigations calls for advanced technology and dedicated teams
More than 60% of organizations don’t hold full awareness of certificates and keys across their digital assets, according to a research from AppViewX. Over the course of the pandemic, as enterprises were forced to accelerate their digital transfor…
Read More Why should enterprises invest in machine identity management tools?
A set of new security vulnerabilities has been disclosed in commercial Bluetooth stacks that could enable an adversary to execute arbitrary code and, worse, crash the devices via denial-of-service (DoS) attacks.
Read More New BrakTooth Flaws Leave Millions of Bluetooth-enabled Devices Vulnerable
Collectively dubbed “BrakTooth” (referr…
While many long term plans were put off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, executive leaders should act now in implementing a strategic planning process for future revenue growth, according to Gartner. Organizations must actively prepare to respond to futur…
Read More Implementing a strategic planning process is key to drive future revenue growth
Hybrid work is here to stay, and companies are focused on prioritizing improved collaboration in this next normal of work to drive better innovation and increased profitability, according to a study by Forrester Consulting. The research evaluated the s…
Read More Improved collaboration driving innovation and profitability for hybrid work
Managed edge services promises to be a high-growth market as enterprises look to low-latency edge services to address process efficiencies, support new consumer applications, comply with data sovereignty, and deal with security threats. According to a …
Read More Managed edge services revenues to reach $445.3 million in 2021
Illinoisan who moderated child sexual abuse material website will spend next decade behind bars
Read More US Imprisons Dark Web Moderator
Addresses of British firearm owners leaked online after gun e-tailer confirms data breach
Read More UK Gun Owners’ Data Exposed
Financial services organizations are facing growing regulatory pressures, market volatility, hybrid work environments and adoption of new communication channels, all potentially leading to employee misconduct. To address these intersecting trends, NICE…
Read More NICE Actimize enhances SURVEIL-X with improved surveillance and risk detection capabilities
In this blog SANS instructor, Dean Parsons, discusses why GIAC Response and Industrial Defense (GRID) is a must-have certification for ICS/SCADA/OT professionals who want to demonstrate their knowledge of Active Cyber Defense strategies specific to ind…
Read More Protect Control Systems and Critical Infrastructure with GRID
Caveonix announces its integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Hub. Security Hub provides a central repository to view and monitor findings and alerts, and through the two-way integration with Caveonix Cloud, customers can assess data aroun…
Read More Caveonix and AWS Security Hub integration enriches data for improved risk and compliance posture
Acronis announced the integration of its cyber protection solution for service providers, Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud, with CloudBlue’s PSA solution. The new integration gives service providers the ability to easily manage Acronis’ integrated cybersecu…
Read More Acronis enhances cyber protection for MSPs through the CloudBlue PSA solution
An attacker breached the site of famed street artist Banksy to host a fraudulent NFT auction but then gave back the money.
Read More NFT Collector Tricked into Buying Fake Banksy
The now-fixed CVE-2020-1910 vulnerability in WhatApp ‘s image filter feature could have exposed user data to remote attackers. A high-severity security vulnerability in WhatApp’s image filter feature, tracked as CVE-2020-1910, could have been exploited by attackers to read sensitive information from the app’s memory by simply sending a specially crafted image over the messaging app […]
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Read More WhatsApp CVE-2020-1910 bug could have led to user data exposure
Social media giant Facebook on Thursday announced a new payout guideline to help vulnerability hunters better understand its bounty decisions related to given bugs.
Read More Facebook Pays Out $40,000 for Account Takeover Exploit Chain
Microsoft announced the upcoming release of Windows 11 in late June and is now releasing preview builds to some members of its Windows Insider program. The new operating system is scheduled to begin rolling out on October 5.The Windows Insider progr…
Read More Windows 11 Insider Previews: What’s in the latest build?
In late June, Microsoft announced the upcoming release of Windows 11 and is now releasing early preview builds to Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta Channels. Not everyone can participate in the Windows 11 Insider program, though, because the new …
Read More Windows 11 Insider Previews: What’s in the latest build?
The FTC’s first spyware ban nixes a company whose “slipshod” security practices led to exposure of thousands of victims’ illegally collected personal data.
Read More SpyFone & CEO Banned From Stalkerware Biz
Software vendor SolarWinds failed to enable an anti-exploit mitigation available since the launch of Windows Vista 15 years ago, an oversight that made it easy for attackers to launch targeted malware attacks in July this year.
Read More Hacked SolarWinds Software Lacked Basic Anti-Exploit Mitigation: Microsoft
The BrakTooth set of security vulnerabilities impacts at least 11 vendors’ chipsets.
Read More Bluetooth Bugs Open Billions of Devices to DoS, Code Execution
Microsoft will launch Windows 11 on October 5, but not every PC will be eligible for an immediate upgrade. Rollout will last well into 2022 for machines that meet the necessary hardware requirements, and Windows 10 will be supported through October …
Read More Podcast: Windows 11 overview: Hardware requirements, security updates and upgrade confusion
Security flaws in commercial Bluetooth stacks dubbed BrakTooth can be exploited by threat actors to execute arbitrary code and crash the devices via DoS attacks. A set of 16 security flaws in commercial Bluetooth stacks, collectively tracked as BrakTooth, can be exploited by threat actors to execute arbitrary code and crash the devices via DoS […]
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Read More New BrakTooth flaws potentially impact millions of Bluetooth-enabled devices
Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) provider D3 Security this week announced raising $10 million in growth equity investment from Vistara Growth.
Read More SOAR Company D3 Security Raises $10 Million
D3 Security also said it obtained an additional $5 million in debt financing from a maj…
Some of the most successful and lucrative online scams employ a “low-and-slow” approach — avoiding detection or interference from researchers and law enforcement agencies by stealing small bits of cash from many people over an extended period. Here’s the story of a cybercrime group that compromises up to 100,000 email inboxes per day, and apparently does little else with this access except siphon gift card and customer loyalty program data that can be resold online.
Read More Gift Card Gang Extracts Cash From 100k Inboxes Daily
A design flaw involving Google Timeline could allow someone to track another device without installing a stalkerware app.
Read More Google Play Sign-Ins Allow Covert Location-Tracking
We’re sharing technical information about the vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-35211, which was used to attack the SolarWinds Serv-U FTP software in limited and targeted attacks.
The post A deep-dive into the SolarWinds Serv-U SSH vulnerability appeared first on Microsoft Security Blog.
Read More A deep-dive into the SolarWinds Serv-U SSH vulnerability
Dubbed Safety Mode, the feature will temporarily block authors of offensive tweets from being able to contact or follow users.
Read More Twitter introduces new feature to automatically block abusive behavior
The post Twitter introduces new feature to automatically block abusive behavior appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Microsoft’s Active Directory is said to be used by 95% of Fortune 500. As a result, it is a prime target for attackers as they look to gain access to credentials in the organization, as compromised credentials provide one of the easiest ways for hacker…
Read More What is AS-REP Roasting attack, really?
There’s proof-of-concept code out for the near-maximum critical – rated at 9.8 – authentication bypass bug, but Cisco hasn’t seen any malicious exploit yet.
Read More Cisco Patches Critical Authentication Bug With Public Exploit
After a somewhat clunky initial switch to remote work, it looks like hybrid offices are here to stay; at least for now. But a new report highlights concerns about the long-term resiliency of remote networks.
Read More Execs don’t sound very confident about long-term network security in the WFH era
Compute-intensive workloads continue to be mission-critical, and they’re getting more diverse. This can complicate the workstation selection process since each unique workload has nuanced performance requirements. It also makes establishing a single…
Read More BrandPost: Building a Better Workstation Platform: 5 Reasons to Upgrade
Did you know that there are changes coming in how the Bank Identification Number (BIN, also known as Issuer Identification Number, or IIN) is encoded and used on payment cards?
Read More 8-digit BINs and PCI DSS: What You Need to Know
This initial post in a series of blog entries will highligh…
The FBI and CISA has issued an advisory to US organisations, warning about an increase in the number of attacks coinciding with weekends and holidays. The warning comes just before the Labor Day holiday.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire Stat…
Read More “Attackers don’t take the weekends off, and neither should your cybersecurity”
Network detection and response play Corelight has raised a fresh $75 million funding round to speed up its global expansion ambitions.
Read More Corelight Banks $75M for Network Monitoring Expansion Plans
The San Francisco-based Corelight said the Series D investment was led by Energy Impact Partners and brings the total…
The FBI and CISA (the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) have jointly issued an advisory to organisations, warning about an increase in the number of attacks coinciding with weekends and holidays. With the Labor Day weekend rapidly appro…
Read More FBI and CISA warn that cybercriminals don’t take holidays
Railway Communication Devices Made by Moxa Affected by 60 Vulnerabilities
Read More Flaws in Moxa Railway Devices Could Allow Hackers to Cause Disruptions
Railway and other types of wireless communication devices made by Taiwan-based industrial networking and automation firm Moxa are affected by nearly 60 vulnerabilities.
FTC, the Federal Trade Commission, banned Spyfone and its CEO Scott Zuckerman from the surveillance business. FTC is the authority that protects the consumers by stopping unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent practices in the marketplace by conducting inves…
Read More FTC Bans Spyfone From Surveillance Business
Ireland’s DPC has issued the penalty following an investigation into whether WhatsApp has failed to discharge GDPR transparency obligations
Read More WhatsApp Fined €225m for GDPR Violations
The Labor Day holiday could be prime time for more than just barbecues and closing the pool for the year as the open season on ransomware continues.
Read More FBI and CISA warn of potential cyberattacks this holiday weekend, citing past trends
Israel’s foreign minister on Wednesday played down criticism of the country’s regulation of the cyberespionage firm NSO Group but vowed to step up efforts to ensure the company’s controversial spyware doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.
Read More Israeli Foreign Minister Promises Closer Look at NSO
The announcement in which Bangkok Airways confirmed the fact that it was attacked came soon after the moment in which LockBit ransomware gang posted a message on their leak site claiming the breach and threatening to publish the stolen data unless the …
Read More LockBit Leaked Data Belonging to Bangkok Airways
The Smurf Attack is one of the oldest, simplest, and effective cyber-attacks, one that can draw down many unpleasant consequences for any targeted company. What Is a Smurf Attack? Before trying to understand what is a Smurf Attack, we must first unde…
Read More What Is a Smurf Attack, How Does It Work and How to Prevent It
A group of researchers with the Singapore University of Technology and Design have disclosed a family of 16 new vulnerabilities that affect commercial Bluetooth Classic (BT) stacks.
Read More BrakTooth: New Bluetooth Vulnerabilities Could Affect Millions of Devices
David Stewart, CEO, Approov, discusses the top mobile attack routes the bad guys use and the best defenses organizations can deploy against them.
Read More 7 Ways to Defend Mobile Apps, APIs from Cyberattacks
Francetest, a company that specializes in the transfer of data from Covid tests performed in French pharmacies to the SI-DEP platform has been involved in an incident where 700,000 Covid test results have been left exposed online. In addition, sensiti…
Read More 700k French Individuals Had Their Covid Test Results Leaked Online
Threat actors are actively exploiting a recently patched vulnerability in Atlassian’s Confluence enterprise collaboration product. Threat actors were spotted exploiting the CVE-2021-26084 vulnerability in Atlassian’s Confluence enterprise collaboration product a few days after it was patched by the vendor. Last week, Atlassian released security patches to address the critical CVE-2021-26084 flaw that affects the Confluence enterprise […]
The post Attackers are attempting to exploit recently patched Atlassian Confluence CVE-2021-26084 RCE appeared first on Security Affairs.
Read More Attackers are attempting to exploit recently patched Atlassian Confluence CVE-2021-26084 RCE
Administrative staffing agency Career Group, Inc. this week started sending notification letters to customers who were affected by a data breach that occurred in late June.
Read More Recruiting Firm Apparently Pays Ransom After Being Targeted by Hackers
Wordfence researchers have recently discovered that more than 1 million WordPress websites were affected by Gutenberg Template Library & Redux Framework vulnerabilities. As explained in a blog post, one vulnerability (CVE-2021-38312) enabled users …
Read More Gutenberg Template Library & Redux Framework Vulnerabilities Affect Over 1 Million WordPress Websites
Users should be careful whose pics they view and should, of course, update their apps.
Read More WhatsApp Photo Filter Bug Allows Sensitive Info to Be Lifted
The operators of the Mozi IoT botnet have been taken into custody by Chinese law enforcement authorities, nearly two years after the malware emerged on the threat landscape in September 2019.
Read More Chinese Authorities Arrest Hackers Behind Mozi IoT Botnet Attacks
News of the arrest, which originally happened in June, was d…
Cybersecurity researchers on Tuesday disclosed details about a zero-click security vulnerability in the Linphone Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) stack that could be remotely exploited without any action from a victim to crash the SIP client and cause…
Read More Linphone SIP Stack Bug Could Let Attackers Remotely Crash Client Devices
Threat actors are capitalizing on the growing popularity of proxyware platforms like Honeygain and Nanowire to monetize their own malware campaigns, once again illustrating how attackers are quick to repurpose and weaponize legitimate platforms to thei…
Read More Cybercriminals Abusing Internet-Sharing Services to Monetize Malware Campaigns
Network-attached storage (NAS) appliance maker QNAP said it’s currently investigating two recently patched security flaws in OpenSSL to determine their potential impact, adding it will release security updates should its products turn out to be vulnera…
Read More QNAP Working on Patches for OpenSSL Flaws Affecting its NAS Devices
New vulnerabilities have been discovered in Fortress S03 Wi-Fi Home Security System that could be potentially abused by a malicious party to gain unauthorized access with an aim to alter system behavior, including disarming the devices without the vict…
Read More Attackers Can Remotely Disable Fortress Wi-Fi Home Security Alarms
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) this week announced that it has banned stalkerware app maker SpyFone and its CEO, Scott Zuckerman, from the surveillance business.
Read More FTC Bans SpyFone From Surveillance Business for Selling Stalkerware
Cyber Defense Magazine September 2021 Edition has arrived. We hope you enjoy this month’s edition…packed with 161 pages of excellent content. Cyber Defense eMagazine for September 2021 Published monthly by Cyber Defense Magazine, this resource shares a wealth of information to help you stay one step ahead of the next cyber threat. In this Edition: – […]
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Read More Cyber Defense Magazine – September 2021 has arrived. Enjoy it!
Eight states are introducing drivers licenses and identification cards available for use on Apple iPhones and Watches, but critics warn about the dangers of eliminating the use of a paper-based system entirely.
Read More Digital State IDs Start Rollouts Despite Privacy Concerns
Ireland on Thursday imposed a 225-million-euro fine on Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp for breaching EU data privacy laws after European regulators demanded the penalty be increased.
Read More Ireland Fines WhatsApp 225M Euros for Breaching EU Privacy Laws
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs has recently proposed the banning of VPN services in India, citing threats to cybersecurity. The Committee concluded that VPN apps are easily available tools for enabling “criminals to remain anonymo…
Read More Parliamentary Panel: VPN Apps Shield Cybercriminals
Cisco released patches for a critical authentication bypass issue in Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS) for which PoC exploit code is available. Cisco announced the availability of security patches for a critical authentication bypass flaw (CVE-2021-34746) in Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS) for which proof-of-concept exploit code is already available. An attacker can exploit the […]
The post Cisco fixes a critical flaw in Enterprise NFVIS for which PoC exploit exists appeared first on Security Affairs.
Read More Cisco fixes a critical flaw in Enterprise NFVIS for which PoC exploit exists
IoT vulnerabilities turned the remote into a listening device, researchers found, which impacted 18 million Xfinity customers.
Read More Comcast RF Attack Leveraged Remotes for Surveillance
Hackers started exploiting a vulnerability in Atlassian’s Confluence enterprise collaboration product just one week after the availability of a patch was announced.
Read More Recently Patched Confluence Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild
Tripwire’s August 2021 Patch Priority Index (PPI) brings together important vulnerabilities from Microsoft. First on the patch priority list this month are patches for Microsoft Exchange Server (CVE-2021-34523, CVE-2021-34473, CVE-2021-31207). Th…
Read More Tripwire Patch Priority Index for August 2021
The move to hybrid working is a perfect time to update and run cyber-hygiene awareness for employees
Read More Security for a Hybrid Workforce
Google announced the release of Chrome 93 that addresses 27 security vulnerabilities, 19 issues were reported through its bug bounty program. Google announced the release of Chrome 93 for Windows, Mac and Linux that addresses a total of 27 flaws, including 19 vulnerabilities that were reported through its bug bounty program. Google paid over $130,000 in […]
The post Google paid over $130K in bounty rewards for the issues addressed with the release of Chrome 93 appeared first on Security Affairs.
Read More Google paid over $130K in bounty rewards for the issues addressed with the release of Chrome 93
A now-patched high-severity security vulnerability in WhatApp’s image filter feature could have been abused to send a malicious image over the messaging app to read sensitive information from the app’s memory.
Read More WhatsApp Photo Filter Bug Could Have Exposed Your Data to Remote Attackers
Tracked as CVE-2020-1910 (CVSS score: 7.8)…
Private browsing. Incognito. Privacy mode.Web browser functions like those trace their roots back more than a decade, and the feature — first found in a top browser in 2005 — spread quickly as one copied another, made tweaks and minor improvements.
Read More How to go incognito in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari
Hundreds of millions of people around the world use dating apps in their attempt to find that special someone, but they would be shocked to hear just how easy one security researcher found it to pinpoint a user’s precise location with Bumble.
Read More How a Bumble dating app vulnerability revealed any user’s exact location
Cisco on Wednesday announced the availability of patches for a critical authentication bypass vulnerability in Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS) for which proof-of-concept exploit code already exists.
Read More Cisco Patches Critical Enterprise NFVIS Vulnerability for Which PoC Exploit Is Available
On Tuesday, Juliana Barile, a former employee of a credit union in New York pleaded guilty in Brooklyn Federal Court for intruding into the financial institution’s website and wiping out 21.3 GB of data. The data destruction comes after the Brooklyn wo…
Read More NY Credit Union Employee Deletes 21GB of Data in Retaliation for Being Fired
Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the team at 1Password. Thanks to the great folks there for their support! The shift to remote and hybrid work has created an ecosystem of new vulnerabilities, putting your critical data at risk. Wit…
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Barracuda Networks claims their activity makes up 39% of all traffic
Read More Bad Bots Focus Attacks on E-Commerce Targets
Network Detection & Response (NDR) is an emerging technology developed to close the blind security spots left by conventional security solutions, which hackers exploited to gain a foothold in target networks.
Read More Is Traffic Mirroring for NDR Worth the Trouble? We Argue It Isn’t
Nowadays, enterprises are using a pleth…
Today’s Hashtag Trending script was prepared by Tom Li. A sales manager is suing IBM for capping commissions, Amazon is going on a hiring spree, and Microsoft is booting Windows 11 testers using ineligible PCs. It’s all the tech news that’s trending right now, welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Thursday, September 2, and I’m your […]
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Read More Hashtag Trending September 2 – IBM commission lawsuit; Amazon’s hiring spree; Ineligible Windows 11 testers get the boot
Cloud platforms, managed service providers, and organizations undertaking digital transformations are beginning to reap the benefits of an emerging IT trend: the use of AI-powered IT operations technology to monitor and manage the IT portfolio autom…
Read More What is AIOps? Injecting intelligence into IT operations
IT support too slow in disabling network access for Brooklyn woman
Read More Sacked Employee Deletes 21GB of Credit Union Files