CISOs Must Incorporate Employee Training When Developing Security Strategy

CISOs are facing a perfect storm when it comes to securing their networks. Cyber attacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated just as corporate networks are becoming more distributed and complex – all while security talent becomes harder to find and security strategy best practices evolve. In the midst of this turmoil, Continue Reading

Free Rugby World Cup Streaming Service Can Be a Foul Play

The internet is a great source for information and entertainment. But it is also rife with fraud schemes, scams, misinformation, and other tactics to exploit your personal and financial data. Cybercriminals often focus on high-profile global events to find target victims in hopes of stealing their financial data. These criminals Continue Reading

FortiGuard Labs Weekly Threat Update – Week of 27 September 2019

Each week, FortiGuard Labs publishes a Threat Brief to subscribers that profile notable hot topics and threats that were discovered or discussed during the week. Here is a recap of what we are covering in this week’s Threat Brief: Malware and Zero Day Attacks We breakdown our analysis of a Continue Reading

Secure Web Conferencing with the latest 3CX WebMeeting Update

Posted on: September 27th, 2019 The latest 3CX WebMeeting update includes upgrades to the Android and iOS apps, reinforced back-end security and functionality, not to mention a laundry list of minor updates and fixes. The whole WebMeeting platform is now more secure and agile with: Hardened TLS/SSL – this security Continue Reading

VMware ESXi Command Injection Vulnerability

Overview VMware is the market leader in cloud infrastructure software, with over 41% market share. The VMware ESXi solution is a bare metal hypervisor that installs directly onto your physical server and partitions it into multiple virtual machines. The FortiGuard Labs team recently discovered a command injection vulnerability in VMware ESXi. This Continue Reading

TrickBot or Treat – Knocking on the Door and Trying to Enter

The FortiGuard SE Team discovered a particularly interesting targeted attack towards the end of August in Virus Total. The attack targeted a supplier for a distribution/logistics provider to a nation state. The email contained an attachment that appeared to have been sent by a company that manufactures and distributes electrical Continue Reading

More personalization with the latest Android app BETA – 3CX

The final Android BETA App is here for you to try. What’s new in this BETA: Push Per Status support, GSM call priority over SIP calls, UI and usability improvements. If you haven’t done it already, sign-up for the 3CX Beta program and keep sending in your feedback while we Continue Reading

CentOS News

CentOS 8 and CentOS Stream released – Blog.CentOS.org

CentOS 8 and CentOS Stream released Tuesday , 24, September 2019 Rich Bowen Uncategorized We are excited to announce the release of CentOS 8, and of the new RHEL upstream, CentOS Streams. Details can be found on the CentOS-Announce mailing list. CentOS is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us Continue Reading

Healthcare Cyberattack Trends in 2019

This is a summary of an article written for Inside Digital Health by Fortinet’s National Healthcare Lead, Sonia Arista. The article appeared on August 22, 2019, and can be accessed here. During the first five months of 2019, healthcare organizations were under nearly constant cyberattack attempts ranging from targeted phishing Continue Reading

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