• gdlinux
    gdlinux Did you know that 43% of all data breaches affect small businesses? @verizon Despite their size, SMBs are popular targets for cybercriminals and have a lot to lose in a successful attack. Effective #emailsecurity is critical in protecting businesses' data, reputations and people.
    05:05PM May 23
  • gdlinux
    gdlinux Are you a @Huawei laptop user? If so, you may find a great experience on #Linux . Huawei Linux laptop driver improvements are in progress, and will include controlling the mic/mute LED, controlling battery charging thresholds and adjusting the Fn-lock state. @Microsoft @phoronix
    02:27PM May 23
  • gdlinux
    gdlinux After 9 months of alpha testing, a stable release of the Tor browser for @Android is available. The appearance of Tor Browser for Android 8.5 is a critical step towards the mainstream for a browser whose user base is still dominated by in-the-know #privacy enthusiasts. @phoronix
    02:19PM May 23
  • gdlinux
    gdlinux Security researcher @hak1mlukha has discovered a huge cache of data for millions of @instagram accounts, publicly accessible for everyone to see. This data includes sensitive info that cybercriminals could use to carry out highly targeted attacks. @TechCrunch
    12:53PM May 22
  • gdlinux
    gdlinux Are you a @gsuite user? @Google has revealed that it discovered a bug that caused a subset of its enterprise G Suite customers' passwords to be stored in an unhashed form for 14yrs. Although this issue has been fixed, users should protect themselves with MFA. @thenextweb #privacy
    12:39PM May 22

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The security improvements [over standard distribution packages] in Guardian Digital's products not only reduce the risk of cracker attacks, but also the financial risk and business downtime.
Wreski says Guardian Digital turned profitable eight months ago and is growing by 10% each quarter, much faster than the low single-digit growth for the overall security sector, according to tech consultancy Gartner.
Dave Wreski, CEO of Guardian Digital, told NewsFactor that the average Linux distribution "tries to be all things to all people," which makes it difficult to secure the system.

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