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September: Commencing The Latest

September marks the beginning of the ecclesiastical year in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It begins on the same day of the week as December every year, because there are 91 days separating September and December, which is a multiple of seven (the number of days in the week). 474 more words

Personal

#Shell shocked? What You Need to Know about the #Bashbug

 

I’ve been known to exaggerate but trust me when I say that this latest security threat is so big it’s off the charts. Literally. It was rated as a 10 out of 10 by the National Vulnerability Database. 574 more words

Infosec

Soft Solutions Presents: Trend Micro At The Movies

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THE NEW ENDPOINT SECURITY EVOLUTION

Join us for a security briefing designed to help you understand Trend Micro and their complete approach to security. 170 more words

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How much is your stolen credit card data worth, anyway?

If you’re one of the unfortunate shoppers who may have had their credit-card information stolen during a trip to Home Depot or a U.S. Target location… 500 more words

Money

Worry Free Business Security Services : A fully hosted solution by Trend Micro

In New Zealand, we are beginning to see SMB customers who are seeing the benefits of using hosted platforms. Instead of purchasing on premise servers with localised mail servers, customers are now purchasing hosted services, for providing everything from hosted exchange environments, to hosted Office deployments with Office 365. 260 more words

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Secure Azure VM from day Zero with Azure Security Extension - Azure Security Part 1

Public Cloud is all about trust which security is key pillar to keep the customer trust. There is a misconception about Cloud Security. This post will be part of my Azure Security blog post series. 469 more words

Cloud

Where the Wild Things are…

 

Do not, for a minute think cyber threats snooping around your network are as cute as the little critter on the featured image, it’s not. 227 more words

Advanced Technologies