What The Rise In API Data Breaches Means For Your Network

The increasingly digitalized world we live in has a lot of benefits in business and in relationships, but with it also comes a whole new host of problems, including a rise in API data breaches.

A number of high-profile companies have been affected by API data breaches in recent years, allowing other businesses to learn from their mistakes in regard to cyber attack prevention.

Intel Chip Vulnerabilities: What We Know So Far!

What Do We Know About Terminal Fault (L1TF) Chip Vulnerabilities?

Understanding The L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF)

Intel has recently confirmed L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) chip vulnerabilities in its processors that can be manipulated by malware and malevolent virtual machines with the intention of stealing private information from a computer’s memory.

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iPhone Users: Don’t Run 11.4.1 Update

Are you using an iPhone or iPad?  It may be worth it to hold off a few days before hitting that update button.

Why?

Reports are surfacing that after updating to #IOS 11.4.1 there are issues with app updates. The App store shows many apps that need to be updated, but when you press ‘update‘ or ‘update all’ the apps updates are failing.

What The Sunset Of Windows 7 Means To Its Users

Windows 7 is being “put out to pasture” by Microsoft at the beginning of 2020.  Not all Windows 7 users are aware of precisely what this means and how it can affect their day-to-day business.  Because of impending issues, such as steadily degrading usability and increasing security vulnerabilities, Windows 7 users need to know what to expect and what their options are.