GUEST OPINION by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.
VENDOR NEWS by Greg Wyman, Bufferzone Security: Organisations can train users all day, every day, but humans are humans. It’s never possible to train 100 percent of users to identify and never click on an (unknown) malicious link, or open a potentially harmful email attachment.
Microsoft 365 was launched three years ago as a business product combining Windows 10 Enterprise, Office 365 Business Premium and other software, but it has now completely replaced the Office 365 brand.
Epson's new WorkForce ES-500WR is a $699 desktop scanner with a 50-sheet input tray, one-pass duplex operation, and some interesting document and data management features.
Freelancer releases its Q3 Fast 50, a quarterly index of the most sought-after skills - see the jobs which have shot up the scale this quarter and which have declined in demand.
The threat actor TA505 has begun distributing a new malware downloader known as AndroMut, the security firm Proofpoint claims, adding that this downloader pulls down a remote access trojan that it has called FlawedAmmyy.
Adobe and Dropbox have launched a new feature for Dropbox Extensions, with the release of Send for Signature with Adobe Sign, describing the release as the next major milestone in their partnership to help joint customers get more done with documents, from wherever they choose to work.
Malicious attackers are using the names of well-known firms like Xero and Tax Store Australia to try and trick Australians into installing a variant of the Ursnif banking trojan on their Windows computers.
Australian users of Microsoft Word are being advised to tread with care as a zero-day that was publicised on the weekend is being used to spread the Dridex banking trojan.
McAfee Security has jumped the gun on disclosure of a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word that the security company FireEye was discussing with Microsoft and awaiting release of a patch before divulging details.
Disability services provider VisAbility is to deploy Promapp cloud-based business process management software to replace manual processes and procedures where knowledge has, until now, been stored in paper-based, Word or Visio files.
It wasn’t just government and business leaders getting together at the G20 summit, but protesters and ‘threat actors’ targeting protesters with a malware-laden email for a ‘rally for Tibet’.
The price of the iOS version of Polaris Office has been slashed to $4.49, but only until tomorrow.
Microsoft released seven security bulletins overnight, addressing a total of 20 vulnerabilities. Only one of the bulletins is rated critical, and there are also wide-ranging non-security updates this month - only Microsoft's Mac customers miss out.
While Mac users have been worrying about the Sabpab malware that exploits the same Java vulnerability that was used by Flashback.K, it turns out that a version exploiting an old Word vulnerability has been circulating since February.
Microsoft has released a wide-ranging update for Office for Mac 2011 in the form of Service Pack 2.
Microsoft's Christmas stocking of security patches isn't quite as well stuffed as we were led to expect. Nevertheless, 19 vulnerabilities have been addressed.
Adobe plans to release a security update for Flash Player 10.2 on Friday April 15 (US time). Additional related updates will follow for other Adobe software.
Authors that sell Excel spreadsheets, Macros or Add-Ins for Excel, Word or PowerPoint can ensure that only licensed users can use their work. OfficeProtect safeguards Microsoft Office documents with a secure license that requires computer specific activation.
August's Patch Tuesday has seen the delivery of 14 security bulletins from Microsoft. More than half are rated critical, and a total of 34 vulnerabilities are addressed.
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