BYOD to CYA: Bring Your Own Device Policies

If you don't already have a Bring Your Own Device Policy for your business then you need this information. Employees working from home (remote workers) can cause data breaches, hacker network access, and worse if you don't implement a policy to protect your company network.

Scammers Impersonating Refund Payment Portals

The FBI warns about scammers pretending to be refund payment gateways from financial institutions to steal sensitive information from unsuspecting victims. The federal law enforcement agency stated t

Lastest LastPass Security Incident

According to LastPass CEO Karim Toubba, the password manager has been hacked once again. A data breach occurred in the development environment only a few months ago, prompting LastPass to announce th


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Bring your own device - Wikipedia

Bring your own device (BYOD /ˌbiː waɪ oʊ ˈdiː/[1])—also called bring your own technology (BYOT), bring your own phone (BYOP), and bring your own personal computer (BYOPC)—refers to being al

Amazon Security Lake Aims to Enhance Cybersecurity for Businesses

The new security-focused data lake solution from Amazon Web Services (AWS), unveiled at re:Invent 2022, aims to give consumers more value from their security data. The Amazon Security Lake service ai

Here are the latest features Microsoft added to Teams in November 2022

Microsoft Teams users should experience faster context switching and have gained a unique one-click quick poll feature.

How AI is Transforming Businesses

While artificial intelligence (AI) is seen as a new phenomenon in mainstream society, it is not a new concept. As AI technologies increase, AI is becoming increasingly important for companies looking

Twitter’s Data Leak Exposes Over 5.4 Million Users

Earlier this year, Twitter confirmed that an API vulnerability had caused a massive data leak containing non-public information for over 5.4 million Twitter users. Twitter denied claims that hackers

This $8 iPhone webcam mount deal from Cyber Monday is still available

Thanks to Continuity Camera, we now have an $8 iPhone mount called 'Elephant Card' that turns your best pocket camera into a MacBook webcam.

Phishing-as-a-Service on the Rise with Caffeine

Threat actors may now launch their own sophisticated assaults thanks to the emergence of Phishing as a Service (PhaaS) platforms like "Caffeine." Through an open registration procedure, anyone who wi

Vice Society Claims Cincinnati State College Cyberattack

Data allegedly stolen from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College has been leaked after Vice Society attacked the campus. Many of the stolen documents were posted on the hackers' websites.

Hackers Execute Arbitrary Code with Microsoft Office

According to cybersecurity experts at Cisco Talos, Microsoft Office has a high-severity vulnerability that could allow prospective cyber attackers to execute malicious code on the target device remot

Malicious SEO Campaign Affects Thousands of Sites

In a massive malicious SEO campaign, cybercriminals are promoting low-quality Q&A sites by redirecting visitors to fake discussion forums. As a result, almost 15,000 sites have been compromised.

DevOps is hot but most IT pros say practices need improvement

New survey reveals there's still much work to be done with DevOps, since it involves a lot of players across the enterprise

Phishing Kit Targets US Shoppers

Security experts at Akamai have discovered a campaign that uses an elaborate phishing kit. This campaign targets Americans using lures centered around holidays like Labor Day and Halloween. The kit c

The 6 best email hosting services of 2022

The best email hosting services provide a professional email address with generous storage, spam protection, and other nifty features.

Zoom launches its own email, calendar services

The teleconferencing company is also providing direct access to popular third-party email and calendar tools, coming one step closer to serving as your all-in-one productivity platform.

Office Corporate Vice President Joe Belfiore to leave Microsoft after 32 years

Microsoft veteran and Office VP Belfiore is retiring and leaving the current Office product line-up and strategy to a few key successors.

Google Meet and Zoom Rooms to interoperate, Meet-certified Android devices on the way

Google delivers more flexibility for hybrid workplaces.

Remote work still has problems. Can Webex fix them?

Virtual collaboration tools have come a long way since the pandemic started, but Cisco exec Jeetu Patel says we're still in the "first inning" of figuring out remote and hybrid work.

Microsoft readies a new Teams Premium add-on with more AI, security features

Microsoft is readying a $10 per user per month add-on to Teams called Teams Premium that will add a number of AI, security and personalization capabilities to the platform next year.

Microsoft rebrands and updates its unified Office app, now the Microsoft 365 app

Microsoft is rebranding and bulking up two of its apps: The unified Office app (soon to be the Microsoft 365 app) and SharePoint Syntex (now Microsoft Syntex). Here's why.


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