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FortiGuard Labs discovered and reported multiple critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe Illustrator to Adobe, Inc. Learn about the details for these vulnerabilities and how to apply the related Adobe security patches.
As technology use in the retail industry continues to expand and evolve, so must the cybersecurity strategies that are deployed in this sector. Learn about the new study on retail technology in cybersecurity.
Just about everything today happens in the cloud—except security. Employees do most of their work there, and their critical tools like SaaS applications and email are found there. Even much of an organization’s data is located there. Naturally, security needs to be there as well.
The world is constantly changing. Modern applications are moving to the cloud. Users are moving to the edge. And security…well, security seems stuck in the past, when the hub-and-spoke model was all the rage. It’s no secret that security transformation is seriously lagging behind digital and cloud transformation as a critical enterprise initiative. But securing the network is equally as important as enabling productivity. Fast, reliable access to applications in the data center and the cloud is critical, but you don’t want the drive to enable accessibility to put the enterprise at risk from web-based threats.
Earlier this month, mobile users began being targeted with smishing messages in what appears to be an organized spam operation campaign. Smishing is much like phishing, except rather than sending email, the attackers send text messages using SMS (Short Message Service). The smishing campaign has been sending fake United States Postal Service (USPS) or FedEx shipment updates as well as phony Amazon loyalty program rewards via text messages.
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