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There are comments pieces from all of our exerts, whether that’s from the world of cyber security, ERP, business systems, tech innovations or simply IT best practise.

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Neu Cyber Threats – 22nd September 2022

Last week Uber fell victim to a breach of its network in which they gained access via compromised contractor's credentials, which are believed to have been bought on the dark web, result of the employee's personal device being infected with malware.

By |2022-09-21T13:48:34+01:0022 September 2022|Neuways Blog, Weekly Update|Comments Off on Neu Cyber Threats – 22nd September 2022

Neu Cyber Threats – 15th September 2022

LastPass is a popular password management tool that has recently been subject to a security breach. People trust their password management tools and utilise the ease and security of the tools. But what happens when one of them gets breached? LastPass, which has 33 million users and over 100,000 business accounts, were subject to one a little over two weeks ago. They have since sent an email informing all users of what had happened and stated, “We have seen no evidence that this incident involved any access to customer data or encrypted password vaults”.

By |2022-09-14T09:52:09+01:0015 September 2022|Neuways Blog, Weekly Update|Comments Off on Neu Cyber Threats – 15th September 2022

Neu Cyber Threats – 8th September 2022

LastPass is a popular password management tool that has recently been subject to a security breach. People trust their password management tools and utilise the ease and security of the tools. But what happens when one of them gets breached? LastPass, which has 33 million users and over 100,000 business accounts, were subject to one a little over two weeks ago. They have since sent an email informing all users of what had happened and stated, “We have seen no evidence that this incident involved any access to customer data or encrypted password vaults”.

By |2022-09-06T13:33:59+01:008 September 2022|Neuways Blog, Weekly Update|Comments Off on Neu Cyber Threats – 8th September 2022

Neu Cyber Threats – 1st September 2022

LastPass is a popular password management tool that has recently been subject to a security breach. People trust their password management tools and utilise the ease and security of the tools. But what happens when one of them gets breached? LastPass, which has 33 million users and over 100,000 business accounts, were subject to one a little over two weeks ago. They have since sent an email informing all users of what had happened and stated, “We have seen no evidence that this incident involved any access to customer data or encrypted password vaults”.

By |2022-08-31T10:11:45+01:001 September 2022|Neuways Blog, Weekly Update|Comments Off on Neu Cyber Threats – 1st September 2022

Neu Cyber Threats – 25th August 2022

Apple has released a patch for iOS, iPadOS and mac OS. This security applies patches to two recently discovered zero-day vulnerabilities: - CVE-2022-32893 - An out-of-bounds issue in WebKit which could lead to the execution of arbitrary code by processing a specially crafted web content - CVE-2022-32894 - An out-of-bounds issue in the operating system's Kernel that could be abused by a malicious application to execute arbitrary code with the highest privileges Apple made a statement about the vulnerabilities saying that the above have been rectified within the latest update. They also know that the vulnerabilities "may have been actively exploited." If you have not done so and use apple devices, it is essential to check that you are running the latest operating system version and that all security patches are installed. You can easily ensure that your systems are updated with the latest patches by ensuring that Automatic Updates are enabled.  As of today, the latest versions that fixed the above-mentioned vulnerabilities are: iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1, and macOS Monterey 12.5.1 Which are available on: iPhone 6s and later, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, iPad Mini 4 and later, and iPod touch (7th generation).

By |2022-08-31T09:58:08+01:0025 August 2022|Neuways Blog, Weekly Update|Comments Off on Neu Cyber Threats – 25th August 2022
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