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Microsoft Security Update April 2021

Patches for 114 CVEs were released this month which makes this the busiest month of 2021 so far. Of these bugs, 19 are rated as critical. 1 bug is currently...

Microsoft Security Update March 2021

The third Patch Tuesday of the week brings more exploited vulnerabilities than usual so this is definitely one to pay attention to. A few of the CVEs were actually released...

Microsoft Security Update February 2021

For the second patch of 2021 we have 56 CVEs to look at. 11 of these vulnerabilities have been rated as critical and 43 as important. While the number of...

Microsoft Security Update January 2021

The first patch Tuesday of 2021! The blog team wishes you all the best for this new year. We kick the year off with 83 bugfixes this patch including one...

Microsoft Security Update December 2020

We end 2020 with a slower month, as per usual for December patches. 58 vulnerabilities have been addressed this final month of the year, of which 9 are rated critical...

Microsoft Security Update November 2020

The second Tuesday of the month is upon us again which means Microsoft has released its patch for this month, it provides fixes for 112 vulnerabilities. 17 patches have been...

Microsoft Security Update October 2020

As every second Tuesday of the month, the Microsoft security patch has arrived. This month’s patch brings fixes for 87 vulnerabilities, 11 of which are rated critical and 75 are...

Microsoft Security Update September 2020

This Patch Tuesday fixes 129 known vulnerabilities of which 23 are rated as critical.

Microsoft Security Update August 2020

This Patch Tuesday provides fixes for 120 vulnerabilities of which 17 are classified as critical and 103 as important. The update also provides a fix for 2 zero-day vulnerabilities that...

Microsoft Security Update July 2020

Every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft releases a security update for all their software products. The update released on 14 July 2020 affects Windows, Microsoft’s web browsers and office...

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Microsoft Security Update April 2021

Patches for 114 CVEs were released this month which makes this the busiest month of 2021 so far. Of these bugs, 19 are rated as critical. 1 bug is currently...

Microsoft Security Update March 2021

The third Patch Tuesday of the week brings more exploited vulnerabilities than usual so this is definitely one to pay attention to. A few of the CVEs were actually released...

Microsoft Security Update February 2021

For the second patch of 2021 we have 56 CVEs to look at. 11 of these vulnerabilities have been rated as critical and 43 as important. While the number of...

Microsoft Security Update January 2021

The first patch Tuesday of 2021! The blog team wishes you all the best for this new year. We kick the year off with 83 bugfixes this patch including one...

Microsoft Security Update December 2020

We end 2020 with a slower month, as per usual for December patches. 58 vulnerabilities have been addressed this final month of the year, of which 9 are rated critical...

Microsoft Security Update November 2020

The second Tuesday of the month is upon us again which means Microsoft has released its patch for this month, it provides fixes for 112 vulnerabilities. 17 patches have been...

Microsoft Security Update October 2020

As every second Tuesday of the month, the Microsoft security patch has arrived. This month’s patch brings fixes for 87 vulnerabilities, 11 of which are rated critical and 75 are...

Microsoft Security Update September 2020

This Patch Tuesday fixes 129 known vulnerabilities of which 23 are rated as critical.

Microsoft Security Update August 2020

This Patch Tuesday provides fixes for 120 vulnerabilities of which 17 are classified as critical and 103 as important. The update also provides a fix for 2 zero-day vulnerabilities that...

Microsoft Security Update July 2020

Every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft releases a security update for all their software products. The update released on 14 July 2020 affects Windows, Microsoft’s web browsers and office...

BCMS

Why Cloud does not automatically mean you have a BCP/DRP

On 10 March 2021, there was a fire at a cloud datacenter owned by the largest hosting provider in Europe, OVH. The fire was brought under control within hours, but...

BCMS3: What is Disaster Recovery Management

If you are familiar with the Business Continuity Management (BCM) system, then you may know the terms Disaster Recovery Management (DRM) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). Both BCM and DRM...

BCMS2: Begin from Minimum, but Keep Developing

Do you think developing Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) is a hard challenge? This may be because you know some BCMSs contain detailed processes and lots of documentation. I would...

BCMS Part 1: Business Continuity Management is crucial for any type of hazard

In Japan where I used to work, a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) is a common business function. Due to its geographical setting, Japan has repeatedly been impacted by natural...

our-consultants

Meet our consultant: Emmanouil Perselis

Emmanouil is a talented penetration tester who also has experience in a variety of other cybersecurity areas. Let’s see how he has gotten to this point.

interview

Meet our consultant: Emmanouil Perselis

Emmanouil is a talented penetration tester who also has experience in a variety of other cybersecurity areas. Let’s see how he has gotten to this point.

Audit

The perception of audit

Audits are not there to tell people they are doing a bad job. Audits are not there to blame people.

Compliance

The perception of audit

Audits are not there to tell people they are doing a bad job. Audits are not there to blame people.

Cybercrime

Belgian ICT crime statistics 2000-2019

At the start of this year, the 13th of January to be precise, West-Flemish weaving machine producer Picanol fell victim to a large-scale ransomware attack. The production lines in several...

ransomware

Ransomware: If you became victim of a ransomware

Even if you effectively maintain preventive measures, you still could become a ransomware victim some-day in the future. Here are some important points you must keep in mind in case...

Ransomware: So….what can be done against it?

As the old saying goes, to prevent is better than to cure. In order to prevent ransomware, we need to know what the most common attack vectors (methods) are and...

Ransomware: “Another one bites the dust”

“Another one bites the dust” by Queen – it is one of my favorite songs and coincidentally one of my first thoughts when I hear that another organization has fallen...

How did ransomware get so bad?

Do we understand at all levels the importance of Cyber Security nowadays? For some, Cyber Security and its awareness is well understood, for others, it is yet a work in...

cybercrime

Ransomware: If you became victim of a ransomware

Even if you effectively maintain preventive measures, you still could become a ransomware victim some-day in the future. Here are some important points you must keep in mind in case...

Looking back on the SolarWinds Fallout

The phrase “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link” is commonly used in the cyber security world how only one weak entry point is needed for a...

Ransomware: So….what can be done against it?

As the old saying goes, to prevent is better than to cure. In order to prevent ransomware, we need to know what the most common attack vectors (methods) are and...

Ransomware: “Another one bites the dust”

“Another one bites the dust” by Queen – it is one of my favorite songs and coincidentally one of my first thoughts when I hear that another organization has fallen...

Ordina

What is life like at Ordina?

After completing his master degree, Thomas joined Ordina Security and Privacy unit in 2020. Let’s see how he looks at Ordina and his career. Firstly please tell us about your...

disaster-recovery

Why Cloud does not automatically mean you have a BCP/DRP

On 10 March 2021, there was a fire at a cloud datacenter owned by the largest hosting provider in Europe, OVH. The fire was brought under control within hours, but...

personal-security

Spring cleaning part 2: continuing our “digital home” checkup

In the first installment of the spring cleaning series, we touched upon your digital footprint and how to protect your access. In this second installment of the spring cleaning, we...

Spring cleaning: keep your “digital home” safe and clean

Spring is here – time to do a big spring clean-up. I’m referring to your “digital home”. Is your cyber hygiene up to date? If you are privacy conscious, you...