Patching stories - Page 2
Ivanti and Avast Business extend partnership, launch joint solution for SMBs
Ivanti partners with Avast Business to integrate patch management technology into security platforms for small businesses.
Jamf buys Melbourne-based patch management firm Mondada
Apple product management specialist, Jamf, has acquired Melbourne-based patch management firm Mondada. The deal is expected to close in Q4.
Organisations still not getting cybersecurity fundamentals right - Wavelink
Survey: 60% of data breaches linked to unpatched known flaws.
Time to give your security setup an end-of-year clean?
ExtraHop reminds businesses that ‘tis the season embark on the annual end of year clean: garages, closets and cybersecurity settings.
Patching: Reducing the gap between exposure and remediation
Firms lax on updates pay dearly; WannaCry's $4bn toll could've been dodged with simple patching.
Breaches on the rise despite increased security spend, survey finds
Cyber breaches rise despite higher spend on security, finds ServiceNow report.
Zero-day Internet Explorer vulnerability exploited in the wild
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for the vulnerability discovered by Google researchers due to the report that it has been exploited in the wild.
Cryptojacking and failure to patch still major threats - Ixia
Compromised enterprise networks from unpatched vulnerabilities and bad security hygiene continued to be fertile ground for hackers in 2018.
IBM X-Force Red & Qualys introduce automated patching
IBM X-Force Red and Qualys are declaring a war on unpatched systems, and they believe automation is the answer.
Three key steps to improving security patching
New report reveals patching oversights put firms at risk.
Automated Microsoft updates not enough to protect businesses - report
Security professionals need to pay attention to desktop applications because most vulnerabilities found in these types of apps can be dangerous.
Breaking down the ASD’s “top four” strategies to mitigate cybersecurity incidents
We take a deep dive into the absolute essential aspects of a robust security strategy, as outlined by the Australian government.
Ransomware: Top-of-mind for Aussies, but we just don't know what to do about it
Ransomware continues to be a major concern for Australian consumers this year - and many are unsure if they have even been affected by it.
Back to basics: 4 common sense steps to avoid a software attack
Flexera's SVP for EMEA shares inside information into why businesses are more at risk than ever and what they can do to better protect themselves.
Android apps can track network connections - is it time to use a VPN?
Google to address app monitoring of network activity in upcoming Android P, says NordVPN. Users urged to use VPN for online privacy.
Singapore organizations caught in 'patching paradox'
Singapore organizations say they don’t have the resources to keep up with the volume of patches required to remediate software flaws.
Australia the best in the world... at being breached
Australia may have just cleaned up at the Commonwealth Games, but it appears the nation still has a lot to learn when it comes to cybersecurity.
Android device vendors dragging the chain on patch updates
Security Research Labs claims that TCL, Oppo and ZTE vendors have at least four or more missed patches designated as critical or high severity.
Control is critical to contain cyber attacks in New Zealand
As evident from CERT New Zealand’s security recommendations, mitigation and prevention of a data breach is a lot more cost-effective than recovery.
Insights on industrial vulnerability: How secure is your OT infrastructure?
Addressing the requirements of an OT network is now more important than ever and requires an integrated approach.
Intel releases Spectre & Meltdown patches for some Skylake processors
Intel releases patches for Spectre & Meltdown to partners.
Stop patching Spectre & Meltdown issues or risk reboot problems, Intel warns
Intel is warning all users to stop downloading patches for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities because they are causing system reboot issues.
The rise and rise of ransomware: From CryptoLocker to Cerber
Since the infamous CryptoLocker first appeared in 2013, we’ve seen a huge wave of file-encrypting ransomware variants extorting money.
Meltdown and Spectre fallout: patching problems persist
Chip flaws Spectre & Meltdown trigger global security scramble for fixes.