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GFI Patch Central: Third-party patch roundup for June

Microsoft Patch Tuesday is always a major event for IT admins, but patches from other vendors are also critical to keep systems safe.

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Cybersecurity News Roundup: Major infrastructure cyberattack, ‘catastrophic’ ransomware incident, big insurer hacked

A ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline forced the company to shut down a vital fuel pipeline for five days.

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Microsoft June 2021 Patch Tuesday Roundup

Microsoft’s June Patch Tuesday addresses six zero-day issues, along with 44 other vulnerabilities. Four of the vulnerabilities are rated critical.

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Cybersecurity News Roundup: Ransomware, Accellion hack, IoT security law

The global ransomware headache is not letting up. And it turns out law enforcement is not immune to the menace.

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5 cloud security red flags that should get your Spidey senses tingling

Cloud solutions can help alleviate corporate strategic risk, but there are several security red flags you must take heed of as you go down this path.

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Patch Central: Third-Party Patch Roundup – May 2021

May was a big patching month for third-party vendors, especially Apple, which released 13 security updates across its product line.

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May 2021 Patch Tuesday Roundup

May’s Patch Tuesday was a relatively light month for Microsoft fixes, but some issues present significant threats to Windows client and server systems.

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SolarWinds aftermath, new data protection law: GFI’s top cybersecurity stories of the month

The cybersecurity community is still coming to terms with the far-reaching impact of the SolarWinds attack.

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Secure by default: Take these steps to reduce your attack surface

No one can predict what the next cyberthreat will be, but organizations with a secure by default policy have a better chance of defending themselves.

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April 2021 Patch Tuesday Roundup

This month’s Microsoft Patch Tuesday addresses 108 vulnerabilities, 19 of which are rated critical and five of which are considered zero-day issues.

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