Jul 12th 2019
This Week in Enterprise Tech 350
DR Plans: Yeah We Got That!
- Wireless Logitech keyboards and mice are vulnerable to attacks
- Employee mobile devices threaten financial firms
- Teach a man to spot a Phish...
- 'Agent Smith' malware infects 25 million Android devices
- The persistence of persistent threats
- Your social media posts help hackers break into your company
- Amazon broadband
- Data center changes push cyber risk to network's edge
- Eric Dynowski, CTO of ServerCentral Turing Group on cloud migration, disaster recovery, and hybrid cloud
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- Logitech keyboards and mice vulnerable to extensive cyber attacks
- Financial Firms Face Threats from Employee Mobile Devices
- How to Catch a Phish: Where Employee Awareness Falls Short
- Chrome has started warning users about lookalike URLs.
- Malicious apps infect 25 million Android devices with 'Agent Smith' malware
- New Ransomware Targets QNAP's Network-Attached Storage Devices
- Persistent Threats Can Last Inside SMB Networks for Years
- I’m a hacker, and here’s how your social media posts help me break into your company
- Amazon plans nationwide broadband—with both home and mobile service
- Data Center Changes Push Cyber Risk to Network's Edge