Archive | May, 2019

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It’s never ‘just email’ – secure your endpoints

Like many security folks, I always grab and read the Verizon Data Breach Investigations report when it comes out, looking for trends and themes.  One of the things that struck me this year is that email remains a broad attack surface.  At that same time, my own conversations with security teams have seen a troubling […]

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Herd Immunity and Microsoft Legacy Patches

Microsoft just released patches for a ‘wormable’ vulnerability, and took the unusual step of including XP and Server 2003. That’s prompted conversations and comments about legacy operating systems and ‘enabling’ tardy upgraders. While there are people who still have their head down in denial, there are other cases where it’s much more complicated.

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