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  • Digital ‘Spring Cleaning’ Tips – Part 2

    Part 2 of 3 in the Series — Digital Spring Cleaning
    Even the strongest organization-wide network security policy can leave end users exposed to threats. This security hole can lead to financial, legal, and productivity implications for the entire organization. Uneducated or unaware end users can fall prey to cyber attacks such as phishing, when a user receives a fraudulent email that looks like it came from a legitimate company asking

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  • Cloud Security Necessary as its Popularity Increases

    In a move that is sure to encourage more cloud migrations, two popular and competing cloud service providers have cut prices for customers.

        in Authentication, Cloud, Cloud Security
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  • Microsoft Warns of Malicious RTF Files, Remote Code Execution

    On Monday, Microsoft issued a security advisory (2953095) notifying IT professionals and end-consumers of a vulnerability affecting “supported versions of Microsoft Word.” Per the advisory, specific rich text files (.RTF) that can be opened or previewed using many Microsoft software products, specifically Microsoft Word (2003-2013)and related service packs, could leave users vulnerable to remote code execution. If successful, the attacker

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  • Your Audit Report has Expired

    Here is an interesting theme of questions we receive all the time. Why has your CA audit report expired? Or, when will your audit report be brought up to date? The answer? The audit report is up to date and a new audit report will be provided within three months of the end of the next audit period. So, why

        in SSL
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  • Microsoft Warns of Malicious RTF Files, Remote Code Execution

    On Monday, Microsoft issued a security advisory (2953095) notifying IT professionals and end-consumers of a vulnerability affecting “supported versions of Microsoft Word.” Per the advisory, specific rich text files (.RTF) that can be opened or previewed using many Microsoft software products, specifically Microsoft Word (2003-2013)and related service packs, could leave users vulnerable to remote code execution. If successful, the attacker

        in General
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  • Your Audit Report has Expired

    Here is an interesting theme of questions we receive all the time. Why has your CA audit report expired? Or, when will your audit report be brought up to date? The answer? The audit report is up to date and a new audit report will be provided within three months of the end of the next audit period. So, why

        in SSL
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