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Sophos Mobile: iOS 11 and Android Oreo ready, already

With iOS 11 releasing to the public today, and Android 8.0 Oreo made available a few weeks ago, it is the busy season for developers of software for mobile devices. 130 more words

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Apple Mobiltelefon, Tablet oder Watch? Sicherheit und Privacy des künftigen iOS 11

Das aktuelle Apple Betriebssystem für Mobiltelefone, Tablets und smarte Uhren iOS 10 ist nun fast ein Jahr alt und wenn man die zeitliche Abfolge der bisherigen großen Updates zugrunde legt, wird das iOS 11 Update vermutlich bald zur Verfügung stehen. 361 more words

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Sophos UTM 9.5 is here - easier, faster and more flexible

Drawing on your feedback and requests, we have developed Sophos UTM 9.5. This latest update of our award-winning unified threat management (UTM) platform makes managing your IT security easier, faster and more flexible. 332 more words

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Get ahead of the GDPR curve - sign up for our event

Breaches of sensitive data held by organisations have always attracted steep fines from regulators, such as an NHS trust that was fined more than £300,000 when hard drives containing patient data turned up on eBay. 346 more words

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Fertility patient data breach fine would have been much higher under GDPR

Fertility patients being treated at the Lister Hospital, part of the US-based HCA Healthcare group, discovered in April 2015 that transcripts of their confidential patient-doctor conversations were publicly available on the world wide web. 948 more words

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Protecting the treasure trove

Ransomware has been on the computer security radar for some time now but are you aware that it’s increasingly targeting servers?

Servers are the treasure trove of an organization’s data and the applications that access it. 278 more words

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Why you should put your staff to the test with phishing drills

When Sophos Phish Threat was released in January, we pointed out that:

  1. Email remains one of the most problematic sources of infection; and
  2. It’s the ordinary, well-meaning people who often let poisonous emails into their organizations.
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