[SecurityWeek] NSA Shares Guidance for Government Employees on Securing Wireless Devices in Public

The National Security Agency (NSA) has published a new document to provide a series of recommendations on how governmental agencies in the United States can mitigate the cybersecurity risks associated with the use of wireless devices in public settings.

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[ThreatPost] Acronis Offers up to $5,000 to Users Who Spot Bugs in Its Cyber Protection Products

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Once available only to the cybersecurity community, Acronis has opened its bug-hunting program to the public and aims to double the total bounties paid. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[SecurityWeek] Did Microsoft Botch the PrintNightmare Patch?

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