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A remote code execution vulnerability could enable a malicious cyber actor to compromise vulnerable Microsoft Windows hosts. The ACSC strongly recommends applying available patches.
The number of people working from home Data from the ABS released on the 13th October 2020 shows the number of people working from home during the pandemic had increased significantly.
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Apple has released Pre-Launch information about its next iOS operating due to be launched in September-October 2021. iOS 15 will be backwards compatible with iPhone 6. The majority of the new features enhance the visual experience by improving: FaceTime Spatial audio Messages and Memoji Maps The new features that may benefit the Business and Enterprise customers are:
App management Newly available protected apps for Intune The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:
A comprehensive package of mobile devices and services, business-ready out of the box. Get more choice, more control, and more protection with the Enterprise Edition package.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is aware an ongoing ransomware campaign utilising the Avaddon Ransomware malware. This campaign is actively targeting Australian organisations in a variety of sectors. This advisory provides details of Avaddon threat actors, dark web activity, targeted countries and sectors, the malware infection chain, and known Techniques, Tools, and Procedures (TTPs). If activity is identified relating to this advisory please report any findings to the ACSC.
Updating the software on electronic devices is one of the easiest and most important ways Australians can protect themselves from cybercriminals and defend against online threats.
Samsung is pleased to announce that beginning on July 1, 2021, we will provide Knox Platform for Enterprise (KPE) at no cost. Samsung’s KPE extends beyond the core security and management functions embedded in the Android operating system. KPE protects Samsung devices with advanced security and management features that are more granular and unique. KPE licenses are designed to be activated and managed from within your existing unified endpoint management (UEM) infrastructure, and are also included as part of Samsung’s Knox Suite.