Posts Tagged 'Apple'
You may have seen #HowILiveSafe floating around on Twitter. We thought it would be a great way to share some tips from the Intel Security family about what we, as security professionals, do to stay safe online. Instead of flooding Twitter with my contributions to this effort, I’m writing a longer form post so I […]
Let’s go back in time. Here’s the scenario: You’re hosting a party and the party prep includes a trip to the grocery store, the craft store, and the mall for the perfect dress. That’s three separate stops and several hours logged for party prep, before it even begins. Fast forward to 2016. What used to […]
Computer maintenance is often a simple equation: avoid behavior that might land you a virus, and keep your software up-to-date. Thanks to security update pop-up reminders, the latter is usually an easy step. However, while these alerts may be helpful to you as a user, not all of them are to be trusted. Take, for example, […]
Good news for iPhone users: Apple recently released its latest software update, iOS 9.2.1, to the general public. And boy, we’re glad they did. The update fixes a rather serious security flaw, which allowed cybercriminals to potentially monitor, copy and steal the data you use, send and access over a phony Wi-Fi connection. The stolen […]
This week in cybersecurity was yet another for the books, as we watched a tech giant swiftly avert a security crisis. In a nutshell: a group of hackers found a way to access hundreds of iOS apps in Apple’s App Store in China, and potentially compromise user information. A wide variety of apps were found […]