BlueKeep

If you missed it and are still running Windows 7 and older or Windows Server 2008 R2 and older OS’s, you need to ensure you have applied the latest updates from Microsoft.  BlueKeep is a vulnerability that allows for remote code execution on systems that are not patched.  Microsoft has also recently come out and said… Read more about BlueKeep

Email and ACH, A Deadly Combination

Email, the phisherman’s paradise, the hacker’s delight, the criminal’s new hotness can be deadly when combined with crucial and private information.  Ok, so maybe not deadly, but certainly able to cause enough stress to create an ulcer.  Here at the HubWise we’ve seen some interesting things going on with email lately, specifically around bank account and routing numbers, social… Read more about Email and ACH, A Deadly Combination

Credential Security 

To help you strengthen your credential security, we encourage you to take the following precautions:  Review access to your technology tools. It is often an afterthought, but as users leave or changes take place in your organization, you may need to adjust permissions accordingly. It is best practice to grant access to tools that an individual currently needs access to. Any… Read more about Credential Security 

Instant Messaging

Instant messaging has been around for decades, since around the 1990s. The first concept was the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) which allowed users to connect to networks with client software to chat with groups in real time. As the late 90’s hit, there are several big corporations looking for a share in the market: ICQ,… Read more about Instant Messaging

Android Q

Android Q, the latest operating system for Android phones, is right around the corner, coming out in quarter 3 of 2019. Here is what to expect in the transition and how the Android experience will change. The changes most users will notice immediately are cosmetic. Android is moving to a more minimal feel with the… Read more about Android Q