Macros have long been a major factor in Office security issues, and it appears Microsoft is taking a major step toward addressing the problem.
Apple has just dropped iOS and iPadOS 15.2, and it includes 38 privacy and security improvements, and should be a top priority for all users.
Apple’s Craig Federighi has been selected as the keynote speaker for the Web Summit 2021 next week.
Microsoft has announced that users can ditch the password for their accounts, a move that brings a new level of convenience and security.
Google has issued another update to Chrome in an effort address security issues.
In what is becoming a regular occurrence, Google has issued another Chrome update to fix a number of issues, including seven serious security flaws.
Amazon is rolling out a sweeping monitoring program, with the goal of tracking the keystrokes and mouse clicks of its customer service staff.
Mozilla has ended support for FTP in Firefox 90, citing security concerns with the aging protocol.
ServiceNow is extending its partnership with Microsoft to help protect organization’s data.
Huawei is facing accusations that it had the access and ability to monitor all the calls made on KPN’s wireless network, one of the largest in the Netherlands.
A groups of hackers has gained access to roughly 150,000 Verkada security cameras, exposing a slew of customer live feeds.
Okta has announced it is buying Auth0, in a deal worth an estimated $6.5 billion.
Linux Mint is considering measures to keep users up-to-date, including Windows 10-style forced updates.