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Hackers going after VMware Workspace ONE Access and VMware Identity Manager; patch now

Hackers are trying to take advantage of a recently discovered critical vulnerability in VMware Workspace ONE Access and VMware Identity Manager, adding to the...

Threat actors have new tools for attacking ICS, SCADA devices, say US cyber agencies

American cyber intelligence agencies are warning that unnamed advanced threat actors now have the ability to gain full system access to multiple industrial control...

Kaseya to acquire Datto, expanding opportunities for MSPs

Managed service providers (MSPs) are watching Kaseya’s acquisition of Datto; the US$6.2 billion deal seems aimed at creating a market leader for MSP platforms...

How SMBs can create an identity management strategy

Identity management is crucial for an effective cybersecurity defence, but isn't as hard as some organizations believe, experts said at a webinar as part...

Coffee Briefing April 12, 2022 – Telus and The Alex launch mobile care clinic in Calgary; Kaseya to acquire Datto; Brampton to get 80...

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Channel Bytes April 8, 2022 – new AIR MILES CTO; Deep Instinct revamps channel program; free cloud SIEM; and more

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Coffee Briefing April 5, 2022 – Trulioo’s first CMO; Xplornet acquires Full Throttle Networks; Microsoft Ability Summit 2022; and more

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Channel Bytes April 1, 2022 – Windows enhancements coming; network equipment market rebounding; Microsoft launches Android org; and more

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Hackers still trying to compromise VMWare Horizon through Log4j bug, says Sophos

Threat actors continue trying to compromise VMWare Horizon systems through unpatched vulnerabilities in applications' Log4j2 Java libraries, say researchers at Sophos. In a report issued...

Palo Alto Networks launches new firewall service for AWS

Palo Alto Networks has announced its Cloud Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) for AWS in partnership with Amazon Web Services. This new solution is a managed...

Coffee Briefing March 29, 2022 – HP to acquire Poly; Twitter Canada top 3 conversation trends 2022; Webex to launch two new datacentres in...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

Microsoft admits Lapsus$ hacked an employee’s account; provides analysis of group’s tactics

Microsoft has acknowledged the Lapsus$ extortion gang compromised a single employee account and had "limited access" to its systems, saying the gang's boast it...

Lapsus$ claims Microsoft, Okta are its latest victims

The Lapsus$ data theft and extortion gang is claiming two important IT companies are its latest victims. The gang has begun posting files or screen...

Making ransom payment no assurance of getting data back: Telus

Almost half of surveyed Canadian organizations that suffered a recent ransomware attack paid in the hopes of getting get access of their data back,...

Coffee Briefing March 22, 2022 – new venture fund focuses on national security and critical infrastructure in Canada; new research says Google makes us...

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. This briefing is delivered by IT World Canada's editorial team!

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