Week in review: BlueKeep vulnerability, preventing Google account takeovers

From helpnetsecurity.com

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles:

Data privacy: A hot-button issue for Americans one year after GDPR
In recognition of GDPR’s first anniversary, nCipher Security conducted a survey to gauge American awareness of and sentiment about data privacy and security laws and issues.

If you haven’t yet patched the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability, do so now
If you’re wondering just how critical this vulnerability is, Microsoft’s reaction is a good indication: the company issued fixes for it not just for the supported Windows versions (Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server) but also for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003, which are still widely used but no longer receive mainstream support.

Solving the network visibility problem with NaaS
The most common network visibility challenges today are due to the sheer number of different networks and endpoints utilized by today’s distributed workforce. On top of that, another big challenge is to analyze if an incident is real/false/false-positive and decide what action take.

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