New SaaS Security Report Dives into the Concerns and Plans of CISOs in 2021

For years, security professionals have recognized the need to enhance SaaS security. However, the exponential adoption of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications over 2020 turned slow-burning embers into a raging fire. Organizations manage anywhere from thirty-five to more than a hundred applications. From collaboration tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams to mission-critical applications like SAP and Salesforce,…

Ultimate SEO Copywriting Guide

What’s the difference between SEO Copywriting and Copywriting? Is there a difference in Content Strategy? A difference in the style of writing? And ultimately, what makes each one significant? In this course for SEO School, I will teach you how to differentiate SEO Copywriting from the usual copywriting. These lessons will teach you about the…

Hackers Use New Trick to Disable Macro Security Warnings in Malicious Office Files

While it’s a norm for phishing campaigns that distribute weaponized Microsoft Office documents to prompt victims to enable macros in order to trigger the infection chain directly, new findings indicate attackers are using non-malicious documents to disable security warnings prior to executing macro code to infect victims’ computers. In yet another instance of malware authors…

Ultimate SEO Copywriting Guide

What’s the difference between SEO Copywriting and Copywriting? Is there a difference in Content Strategy? A difference in the style of writing? And ultimately, what makes each one significant? In this course for SEO School, I will teach you how to differentiate SEO Copywriting from the usual copywriting. These lessons will teach you about the…

EU fines BMW, VW $1B for running emissions cartel since the 90s – TechCrunch

As environmental issues really came of age in the 1990s, certain German automakers were meeting in secret groups to make sure their cars would continue to industriously contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. According to the European Union, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler have been illegally colluding to restrict competition in emission…

How to Mitigate Microsoft Print Spooler Vulnerability – PrintNightmare

This week, PrintNightmare – Microsoft’s Print Spooler vulnerability (CVE-2021-34527) was upgraded from a ‘Low’ criticality to a ‘Critical’ criticality. This is due to a Proof of Concept published on GitHub, which attackers could potentially leverage for gaining access to Domain Controllers. As we reported earlier, Microsoft already released a patch in June 2021, but it…