A hardware security flaw has been reported this week that affects processors manufactured by Intel, AMD, ARM and POWER. This vulnerability, if exploited, would be executed through malware infections, and could gather sensitive data such as passwords and encryption keys from computing devices.
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On July 29, 2017 the widely used credit reporting agency Equifax suffered a massive data security breach. Nearly 143 million Americans may be affected as a result of the breach, and vulnerable to identity theft. The breach exposed highly sensitive information including social security numbers, phone numbers, birthdays, addresses, and credit card numbers among other information.
Does the WannaCry ransomware attack make you wanna cry? By now you have probably heard about the WannaCry ransomware attack hitting businesses around the world. According to the BBC, "The WannaCry cyber-attack infected more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries, affecting government, healthcare and private company systems." So how do you protect your business from WannaCry and prevent losing all of your company data?