New Archive Feature Helps Mobile Users Save Space

The problem with smartphones is that they eventually run out of room.  Honestly it's a wonder the issue isn't even bigger than it is.  After all, miniaturization isn't cheap but smartphone manufacturers ...

UK police arrest 7 hacking suspects – have they bust the LAPSUS$ gang?

Seven alleged hackers have been arrested in the UK. But who are they, and which hacking crew are they from? Read Full Article Here

Hackers Get Source Code During Data Breach At Samsung

Samsung's corporate network was breached recently.  That's bad news all by itself. The company has recently confirmed that in addition to the confidential customer information that was stolen, the hackers also made ...

S3 Ep75: Okta hack, CryptoRom, OpenSSL, and CafePress [Podcast]

Latest episode - listen now! Read Full Article Here

Serious Security: DEADBOLT – the ransomware that goes straight for for your backups

Some tips on how to keep your network safe - even (or perhaps especially!) if you think you're safe already. Read Full Article Here

Hackers Are Increasingly Targeting Mobile Devices

Here's a statistic you're not going to like.  Based on research conducted by cybersecurity researchers at Proofpoint, there has been a staggering 500 percent increase in malware attacks against mobile devices during ...

Google Messages Users On Android Get New Features

Do you use Google Messages?  If so, there's good news!  In recent months, the company has taken steps to bridge the Windows and iOS ecosystems the Android ecosystems and the iOS ecosystems. ...

Web vendor CafePress fined $500,000 for giving cybersecurity a low value

Just because you're the victim of a cybercrime doesn't let you off your cybersecurity obligations Read Full Article Here

This Popular Fitbit Watch Has Been Recalled

Do you own an Ionic smartwatch?  If you haven't heard yet, be advised that Fitbit has issued a voluntary recall of the devices produced between 2017 and 2020. It's also worth mentioning ...

These Medical Devices Are Vulnerable To Security Threats

Thanks to the fine folks at Palo Alto Networks we have a better view of the relative safety and security of network-capable medical devices.  Unfortunately, the news is grim. Based on their ...