Jamf touts big boost to enterprise security at JNUC

Jamf opened its annual JNUC event for Apple admins today with a slew of announcements focused on device management and security, a new Jamf Trust app, further information on its recently announced ZecOps deal and other updates likely to be of interest to Apple IT professionals. The company also committed to supporting Microsoft Device Compliance on Macs… Continue reading Jamf touts big boost to enterprise security at JNUC

New Report on IoT Security

The Atlantic Council has published a report on securing the Internet of Things: “Security in the Billions: Toward a Multinational Strategy to Better Secure the IoT Ecosystem.” The report examines the regulatory approaches taken by four countries—the US, the UK, Australia, and Singapore—to secure home, medical, and networking/telecommunications devices. The report recommends that regulators should… Continue reading New Report on IoT Security

Florida’s 50 Safest Cities of 2022

Find out which cities are the safest in Florida based on the FBI’s most recent data on violent crimes and property crimes. See if your city made the list! The post Florida’s 50 Safest Cities of 2022 appeared first on SafeWise.

Windows 11 22H2 gets a slew of new group policy changes

Released officially last week, Windows 11 22H2 offers a number of new features and options, though many aren’t yet available — Microsoft will be “dribbling” out changes throughout the coming year. The much-touted Windows File Explorer tabs, for example, has not yet rolled out, but the items released do include Enhanced Phishing Protection, which is… Continue reading Windows 11 22H2 gets a slew of new group policy changes

Leaking Passwords through the Spellchecker

Sometimes browser spellcheckers leak passwords: When using major web browsers like Chrome and Edge, your form data is transmitted to Google and Microsoft, respectively, should enhanced spellcheck features be enabled. Depending on the website you visit, the form data may itself include PII­—including but not limited to Social Security Numbers (SSNs)/Social Insurance Numbers (SINs), name,… Continue reading Leaking Passwords through the Spellchecker

Surprising Ways to Protect Your Home from Hurricanes

Don’t let a hurricane leave damage you can prevent. Here are some surprising things you should know ahead of hurricane season. The post Surprising Ways to Protect Your Home from Hurricanes appeared first on SafeWise.

Podcast: iPhone 14 Pro: Buy or nah?

Macworld Executive Editor Michael Simon and Ken Mingis, executive editor at Computerworld, go over the high points of the new iPhone 14 Pro Max. Standouts include the “Dynamic Island” and always-on display. To read this article in full, please click here