Ok so I know I’m not being 100% accurate with the title of this post; it’s definitely intended to poke fun at Microsoft’s newest naming scheme for their famed Windows operating system. Being that this is the third change in five years, one can only hope that this will be the last one to happen for some time.
As with all of the latest Windows 10 version updates, we can only hope that the necessary testing done will result in a smooth rollout with minimal issues…hey, even if it hasn’t happened in any other previous release that’s besides the point! LOL! Always do your best to view the glass as half full!
For more details about the latest and greatest version of Windows 10, check out Kurt Mackie’s article here…enjoy!
As a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic being experienced worldwide, many of us around the world have been forced to step our game up when it comes to our WFH setup. And as Ed Bott explains in his latest article here discussing the topic at hand, we initially thought working from home would be a short term thing but reality is (and for me personally its already been over 5 months and counting…) this is going to be a long term proposition that has no end in sight.
If you were (or worse yet, still!) using a laptop to conduct your WFH business daily, consider purchasing a docking station that will convert your device into one that will bring convenience, comfort, and higher productivity for now and in the foreseeable future amid this pandemic.
According to ZDNet.com, the FBI and NSA have jointly stated that there’s a new Linux based Malware being aimed at other countries, namely ones in the West like the United States.
A brief description of the malware in question:
“Drovorub is a ‘swiss-army knife’ of capabilities that allows the attacker to perform many different functions, such as stealing files and remote controlling the victim’s computer”
As far as protection from Drovorub is concerned, U.S. private and public companies are being warned to take this threat seriously and implement any possible measures that will protect them from this cyber threat as soon as possible.
Check out the full article here for more details.
A sign of the times indeed!
A well known U.S. company that focuses on information security and cybersecurity training experienced a security breach at the hands of one of their own employees. Long story short, the user installed a malicious Office 365 add-in which triggered the mass forwarding of many emails spread out over 28,000 accounts. Yikes!
SANS released a statement about the breach here. Check it out for further details.
In one of the most obvious assessments of the year, the FBI has warned stakeholders that one of the biggest threats today is the continued unsupported use of Windows 7 in many firms across the U.S.
Obviously, the current pandemic has turned the world upside down but that shouldn’t stop anyone from doing one of two things: upgrade to Windows 10 or purchase extended support licenses. Just freaking do it! HAHA!