Debunking 5 Reasons Businesses Use to Not Invest In Computer Security

By Michelle Drolet . 8 Dec 2014

The rise of malware seems to have passed some people by. As the ranks of cybercriminals grow and they find new ways to exploit our systems and steal our data, a lot of computer users and small-business owners have convinced themselves that it won’t happen to them. Here are five common excuses that explain why … Continue reading Debunking 5 Reasons Businesses Use to Not Invest In Computer Security

More Devices, More Problems.

By Michelle Drolet . 6 Oct 2014

Check out this infographic for the numbers behind BYOD.

Shellshock , The Latest Mac OSX and Linux Vulnerabilty—

By Michelle Drolet . 29 Sep 2014

By: Solange_Desc1 Security researchers have discovered a new software bug known as the “Bash Bug” or “Shellshock,” or to those more technically “in-the-know” as GNU Bash Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271)(link is external). This bug, more correctly termed, ‘vulnerability’, potentially allows attackers to gain control over targeted computers. The bug is present in a piece of computer … Continue reading Shellshock , The Latest Mac OSX and Linux Vulnerabilty—

Towerwall Security / Vulnerability Alert: Microsoft announces five Bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including Office for Mac

By Michelle Drolet . 13 Jun 2013

Midsummer Patch Tuesday (or midwinter, depending on your latitude) takes place on Tuesday 11 June 2013. As you probably already know, Microsoft publishes an official Advance Notification each month to give you early warning of what’s coming. These early notifications generally don’t give any details, summarizing only the basics, such as: The number of Bulletins … Continue reading Towerwall Security / Vulnerability Alert: Microsoft announces five Bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including Office for Mac

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