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1- 5 Bold Cybersecurity Predictions for 2022 and Beyond: Take Note 

The cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, and 2022 is shaping up to be no different. With advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and 5G being developed and implemented, the potential for cyberattacks is increasing.  Here are five cybersecurity predictions for 2022:  Agility is the…

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2- RSAC insights: Why vulnerability management absolutely must shift to a risk-assessment approach

Vulnerability management, or VM, has long been an essential, if decidedly mundane, component of network security. Related: Log4J’s long-run risks That’s changing — dramatically. Advanced VM tools and practices are rapidly emerging to help companies mitigate a sprawling array of security flaws spinni…

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3- Mysterious “Follina” zero-day hole in Office – here’s what to do!

The internet is abuzz with news of a zero-day remote code execution bug in Microsoft Office. More precisely, perhaps, it’s a code execution security hole that can be exploited by way of Office files, though for all we know there may be other ways to trigger or abuse this vulnerability. Security rese…

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4- CISA adds 75 vulnerabilities to catalogue in 3 days

More than 75 vulnerabilities have been added to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA)Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalogue. Cisco, Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle, Linux vulnerabilities are listed. If an attacker was to exploit these vulnerabilities, they could take control of i…

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