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Kawasaki Is The Latest Company To Endure Data Breach

Japanese juggernaut Kawasaki Heavy Industries is the latest company to fall victim to a security breach. The company, which employs more than 35,000 people and has offices all over the globe recently ...

Appliance Maker Whirlpool Suffers Ransomware Attack

In 2020, hackers around the world have increasingly gravitated to ransomware as their preferred method of attack. This year, there have been dozens of high-profile, successful attacks on companies around the world. ...

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Beware, phishing scams directed at your bank account.

Millions Of Windows 7 Users Remain Despite Support Ending

One year ago, Microsoft officially ended support for the venerable Windows 7 operating system. No new security patches have been issued, which means that anyone running a Windows 7 machine at this ...

Google Storage Was The Cause Of Their Recent Global Outage

If you make extensive use of Google's products, you almost certainly noticed the worldwide outage of Google's services. As details continue to emerge about the outage, it's increasingly clear that Google has ...

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Hit send on an email that wasn't ready to send?

New Malware Targeting Windows And Other Operating Systems

Researchers on the Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) at Kaspersky Lab have recently discovered a new malware strain dubbed PyMICROPSIA, currently being used by a group tracked as AridViper. AridViper operates ...

Latest iPhone iOS 14.3 Update Makes Privacy A Priority

If you have a smartphone, and these days, almost everyone has at least one, you're incredibly easy to track. That's especially true if you have more than a handful of apps on ...

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Do you make a New Year's Resolution?

Update WordPress Contact Form 7 Plugin Immediately For Security

Is your company's website built around WordPress? If so, you're certainly not alone. WordPress is, to this day, the simplest way to get a site up and running quickly. It's easy to ...

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