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AITP-NCFL News, June 18, 2021

Chapter News Next AITP-NCFL presentation Tuesday, June 22:  Don Pezet on “Hardening your Default SSH Settings”.  RSVP today! Security Bleeping Computer:  Microsoft no longer offers Windows 7 drivers via Windows Update ZDNet:  Why improving diversity in cybersecurity is vital Cool Tech The Verge:  This alien-like metal may one day power your electronics Productivity InfoWorld:  3…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 17, 2021

Chapter News Next AITP-NCFL presentation Tuesday, June 22:  Don Pezet on “Hardening your Default SSH Settings”.  RSVP today! Security TechRepublic:  Amazon Prime Day scams resurface for 2021 Industry The New Yorker:  When Graphs Are a Matter of Life and Death ZDNet:  Demand for developers is soaring – and employers are struggling to hire ars technica: …
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Next AITP-NCFL Chapter Presentation Tuesday, June 22

For our June presentation, Don Pezet of ACI Learning will present “Hardening your Default SSH Settings” on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 from 7 to 8 PM via Zoom. We will open the Zoom about 6:30 for networking and greeting, and all are welcome. For more details, view the presentation flyer. There is no charge to…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 16, 2021

Chapter News Next AITP-NCFL presentation Tuesday, June 22:  Don Pezet on “Hardening your Default SSH Settings”.  RSVP today! Security Bleeping Computer:  Peloton Bike+ vulnerability allowed complete takeover of devices ZDNet:  Unsecured servers and cloud services: How remote work has increased the attack surface that hackers can target ZDNet:  NATO: Series of cyberattacks could be seen…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 15, 2021

Security ZDNet:  NATO: Series of cyberattacks could be seen as the same threat as an armed attack TechRepublic:  Microsoft product vulnerabilities reached a new high of 1,268 in 2020 Productivity ZDNet:  People management: Four ways to create an organisation that your team loves Robert Half:  Job Optimism Among U.S. Workers InformationAge:  Understanding AIOps – separating…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 14, 2021

Industry News Bleeping Computer:  NVIDIA is dropping support for Windows 7 and Windows 8 drivers ZDNet:  Where is IBM’s hybrid cloud launchpad? MakeTechEasier:  Legislation to Break Up Tech Monopolies Inching Closer Stranger than Fiction BBC:  Underwater avalanche continued for two days Security InformationWeek:  Checks and Balances: 3 Tips for Securing SaaS Apps Skill Sets HowToForge: …
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AITP-NCFL News, June 12, 2021

Security Bleeping Computer:  Linux system service bug lets you get root on most modern distros The Record:  Phishing sites reached all-time high in January 2021 Dark Reading:  Many Mobile Apps Intentionally Using Insecure Connections for Sending Data Industry News Extreme Tech:  Microsoft Will Drop Support for Windows 10 by 2025 Cool Tech ZDNet:  Researchers create…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 11, 2021

Security The Verge:  How to stop your emails from being tracked TechRepublic:  CISOs: It’s time to get back to security basics Productivity ComputerWorld:  The needed evolution of videoconferencing TechRepublic:  Think twice before using metaphors to explain complex tech TechRepublic:  What is a data workbench, and does your organization need one? Skill Sets Red Hat:  3…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 10, 2021

Cool Tech The Verge:  The Vivaldi browser now has mail, calendar, and an RSS reader built-in ComputerWorld:  Microsoft’s plan to remake Windows — what that might mean Axios:  How one company wants to train surgeons using virtual reality Security ZDNet:  This is how fast a password leaked on the web will be tested out by…
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AITP-NCFL News, June 9, 2021

Security Bleeping Computer:  Adobe issues security updates for 41 vulnerabilities in 10 products ars technica:  Hackers can mess with HTTPS connections by sending data to your email server Bleeping Computer:  Microsoft Office MSGraph vulnerability could lead to code execution DarkReading:  Microsoft Patches 6 Zero-Days Under Active Attack Cool Tech Phys.org:  Ultra-high-density hard drives made with…
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