Apple has updated its mobile installation numbers for the first time since iOS 15 was released in September, detailing just how many devices are running its latest mobile operating system. Apple’s iOS 15 is now installed on 72% of iPhones that are four years old or newer – and 62% of all iDevices regardless of… Continue reading Apple: iOS 15 now installed on more than 60% of all iPhones
Security makes the top 10 list of technologies changing how organizations operate, an indicator of how information security is increasingly viewed as a strategic business initiative.
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Up for the “Most Meta Cybercrime Offering” award this year is Accountz Club, a new cybercrime store that sells access to purloined accounts at services built for cybercriminals, including shops peddling stolen payment cards and identities, spamming tools, email and phone bombing services, and those selling authentication cookies for a slew of popular websites. Criminals… Continue reading Crime Shop Sells Hacked Logins to Other Crime Shops
DIY install home security systems are cost-efficient, effective, and easy to install. See which DIY systems we think are the best of 2022. The post Best DIY Home Security Systems of 2022 appeared first on SafeWise.
In the latest release of its Edge beta, Microsoft introduced a new way for IT admins to better secure the Chromium-based browser against web-based attacks. The release notes for Microsoft Edge Beta Channel describe the new security features as employing several techniques to guard against so-called zero-day exploits; Zero-day exploits are software or network vulnerabilities… Continue reading Microsoft beefs up Edge’s security against zero-day attacks
New Cybersecurity National Security Memorandum will let the spy agency “identify vulnerabilities, detect malicious threat activity and drive mitigations,” agency cybersecurity director says.
Last summer, the San Francisco police illegally used surveillance cameras at the George Floyd protests. The EFF is suing the police: This surveillance invaded the privacy of protesters, targeted people of color, and chills and deters participation and organizing for future protests. The SFPD also violated San Francisco’s new Surveillance Technology Ordinance. It prohibits city… Continue reading San Francisco Police Illegally Spying on Protesters
Find out if Blink’s simple, cheap security cameras are the right solution for your home. Our Blink camera review breaks down price, features, and more. The post Blink Cameras Review: Indoor, Outdoor, Mini, and Doorbell appeared first on SafeWise.
Symphony Technology Group announces a name for the newly merged company, which aims to become a leader in extended detection and response (XDR).