Today is Microsoft's November 2018 Patch Tuesday, which means we get a ton of security updates to install for Windows and other Microsoft products. As these updates are commonly exploited by attackers, malware, and exploit kits, it is strongly advised that all users install these updates as soon as possible.
Two new reports from eSentire and Proofpoint show that that as online threats remain an issue, user security leaves much to be desired. The mismatch between the danger of cyberthreats and lack of user readiness could leave individuals or businesses at risk of serious losses to data or property.
At today's Ignite 2018 conference, Microsoft announced a new end-to-end security solution called Microsoft Threat Protection. Microsoft Threat Protection is designed to provide a view of an organization's overall threat landscape so that administrators can easily spot new threats and attacks.
This deal offers over 100 hours in training over 75 courses on topics and training related to ethical hacking, network security and to help prepare for the Certified Ethical Hacker v9, Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) Network+, Security +, & CompTIA A+ exam certifications.
In the past, Google consolidated a users account, privacy, and security settings into one control panel called Google Account. Today, Google is revamping this interface to make it easier to use by including a search feature, making security and privacy features more readily accessible, and by offering detailed summary pages.