vulnerability found in all browsers

Severe vulnerability found in all browsers, and it’s being attacked

A severe vulnerability has been found in all major browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Apple Safari. This vulnerability, known as CVE-2023-2294, allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code on a victim’s computer simply by visiting a malicious website. The vulnerability is in the way that browsers handle Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)…

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Data Encryption

Keeping Customer Data Safe in an Evolving Threat Landscape

In today’s digital age, safeguarding customer data has never been more critical. As the threat landscape continually evolves, businesses and organizations must adapt and implement robust security measures to protect sensitive customer information from cyberattacks and data breaches. Keeping customer data safe in an evolving threat landscape is a top priority for businesses of all…

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Cyberattacks Security Measures

97 Percent of Cyberattacks Found to Be Avoidable with Proper Security Measures

A recent study in the field of cybersecurity has shed light on a startling statistic: an overwhelming 97 percent of cyberattacks were deemed avoidable through the implementation of robust security measures and best practices. This finding highlights the critical importance of proactive cybersecurity efforts in safeguarding sensitive data and digital assets. Key Insights from the…

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Google Pay Google Wallet

Google Pay is a Security Risk

Google Pay (Former Google Wallet), is a digital wallet and payment service provided by Google. Like any financial service or payment platform, it comes with its own set of security measures and potential risks. Whether Google Pay is a security risk or not depends on various factors, including how it is used and the precautions…

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Survey Says Mobile Computing is the "New Normal" for Federal Employees

Survey Says Mobile Computing is the “New Normal” for Federal Employees

There was a growing trend in the adoption of mobile computing in the federal government, driven by the need for flexibility, remote work capabilities, and improved efficiency. Federal agencies were increasingly recognizing the benefits of mobile technologies in enhancing employee productivity and responsiveness to citizen needs. While I don’t have access to real-time data, I…

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