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  1. Lessons to learn from the Kaseya cyberincident to protect your business' data when doing business with a MSP. Our best tips to keep you safe while streaming, and more.

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  2. The newest update fixes a total of eight vulnerabilities affecting the desktop versions of the popular browser.

    The post Google patches Chrome zero‑day vulnerability exploited in the wild appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. From securing your devices to avoiding public Wi-Fi hotspots for logging into apps we look at measures you can take to remain safe while this holiday season.

    The post Vacationing? How to avoid the cybersecurity blues appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. If you'll be watching Sports Streaming events on your SmartTV, laptop, tablet or cell phone, learn the tips to keep you and your personal data safe.

    The post Sports events and online streaming: prepare your cybersecurity appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The latest Patch Tuesday brings a new batch of security updates addressing a total of 117 vulnerabilities

    The post Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes 13 critical flaws, including 4 under active attack appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. Lessons to learn from the Kaseya cyberincident to protect your business' data when doing business with a MSP.

    The post Choosing your MSP: What the Kaseya incident tells us about third‑party cyber‑risk appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. How can organizations mitigate the risk of damaging cyberattacks while juggling the constantly changing mix of office and off-site workers?

    The post The hybrid workplace: What does it mean for cybersecurity? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  8. The Kaseya VST supply-chain attack impacts hundreds of companies – ESET discovers a new version of Bandook malware – How the ransomware business model works

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  9. The out-of-band update fixes a remote code execution flaw affecting the Windows Print Spooler service

    The post Microsoft issues patch to fix PrintNightmare zero‑day bug appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  10. Caught between a rock and a hard place, many ransomware victims cave in to extortion demands. Here’s what might change the calculus.

    The post Ransomware: To pay or not to pay? Legal or illegal? These are the questions … appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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