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Microsoft Issues First Patch of 2020 for Severe Windows Vulnerability

In the first Patch Tuesday of 2020, Microsoft has released a new patch for a serious Win… Read More >

In the first Patch Tuesday of 2020, Microsoft has released a new patch for a serious Windows vulnerability, CVE-2020-0601, or the Windows CryptoAPI Spoofing Vulnerability. The vulnerability has grave implications for machines running 32- or 64-bit Windows 10 operating systems, including Windows Se… Read More >

Renatta Siewert

by Renatta Siewert

Content Manager

Posted Jan 16, 2020

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Cybercriminals Escalate Impersonation Attacks During Ta…

With the 2020 tax season und… Read More >

With the 2020 tax season underway, cybersecurity analysts are seeing an increase in the number of impersonation attack… Read More >

Sarah Rollman

by Sarah Rollman

Posted Jan 20, 2020

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Phishing and Malware: Criminal Groups Target American I…

Enterprise networks thr… Read More >

Enterprise networks throughout the United States are experiencing an escalation of phishing and malware… Read More >

Sarah Rollman

by Sarah Rollman

Posted Jan 09, 2020

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Mimecast Discovers MDB Leaker: Microsoft Access Vulnerability CVE-2019-1463

The Security Implications of an Apparent Memory Leak in the Microsoft Access Database Edi… Read More >

The Security Implications of an Apparent Memory Leak in the Microsoft Access Database Editor’s note: Thanks to Mimecast Research Labs’ Ofir Shlomo and Tal Dery for this discovery. In January 2019, Mimecast Research Labs discovered and disclosed CVE-2019-0560, a Microsoft Office produc… Read More >

Matthew Gardiner

by Matthew Gardiner

Director of Enterprise Security Campaigns

Posted Jan 07, 2020

Security
4 Essential Requirements to Protect Against Brand Exploits

The increasingly digital global economy has created a “perfect storm” for cybe… Read More >

The increasingly digital global economy has created a “perfect storm” for cyber attackers. As our reliance on websites and email to interact with organizations has grown, so too has the opportunity for criminals who are increasingly preying on the trust we have in these organizations. S… Read More >

Dan Sloshberg

by Dan Sloshberg

Sr. Product Marketing Director

Posted Jan 06, 2020

Security
New Home Security Camera Hackings Introduce Cyber Risk …

Home security cameras have rec… Read More >

Home security cameras have recently fielded a spate of attacks affecting users across the U.S.; a particularly frighteni… Read More >

Kiri Addison

by Kiri Addison

Head of Data Science for Threat Intelligence and Overwatch

Posted Dec 13, 2019

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