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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - November 19, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Nov 22, 2021 6:57:43 AM

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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.

Cybersecurity Study Sees Zero Trust Replacing VPNs

As hybrid home/office workplace schemes become the new normal, more organizations are replacing the traditional VPN approach with Zero Trust architectures and remote desktop tech, a new survey indicates. By David Ramel I November 17, 2021 Read More


Intel chip flaw could enable attacks on laptops, cars, medical devices (CVE-2021-0146)

Researchers uncovered a vulnerability in Intel Processors that could affect laptops, cars and embedded systems. The flaw (CVE-2021-0146) enables testing or debugging modes on multiple Intel processor lines, which could allow an unauthorized user with physical access to obtain enhanced privileges on the system. By Help Net Security I November 15, 2021 Read More


Hackers are Exploiting Zero-Day Flaw in macOS: Google Warns

Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) has warned about the exploitation of an undisclosed or zero-day flaw in macOS by cybercriminals. The hackers are targeting visitors to websites in Hong Kong for spying. By Cyware Alerts I November 16, 2021 Read More



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