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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - July 23, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Jul 25, 2021 1:32:27 PM

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Many companies struggle with all of the cybersecurity documentation, processes, and policies that can limit their business growth and REALLY stress them out. Omnistruct serves as an enterprise partner for the critical policies, processes, and documentation needed to make sure all of that data and revenue is well protected against cyber threats and that the company stays in compliance with all rules and regulations.

Some URL shortener services distribute Android malware, including banking or SMS trojans

We hope you already know that you shouldn’t click on just any URLs. You might be sent one in a message; somebody might insert one under a social media post or you could be provided with one on basically any website. Users or websites providing these links might use URL shortener services. These are used to shorten long URLs, hide original domain names, view analytics about the devices of visitors, or in some cases even monetize their clicks. By Lukas Stefanko I July 20, 2021 Read More


Zero-Day Flaws Ubiquitous in Active Attack Campaigns

Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) has discovered four new separate zero-day vulnerabilities. They exist in popular web browsers such as Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer. State-sponsored threat groups were observed exploiting these flaws in separate campaigns. By Cyware Alerts I July 21, 2021 Read More


Adobe Patches 21 Vulnerabilities Across Seven Products

Security updates released by Adobe on Tuesday for seven of its products patch a total of 21 vulnerabilities, including 15 flaws that have been assigned a critical severity rating. By Eduard Kovacs I July 21, 2021 Read More



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