The Charity Commission has upgraded its online register to make more information about individual charities available to the public.
Microsoft customers around the globe have responded to COVID-19 by moving their office employees to remote work. With more people working from home, identity-driven security solutions are required to help safeguard company resources. Nathan Lasnoski, Chief Technology Officer at Concurrency, has worked with many of our customers to implement a Zero Trust security strategy that puts identity protection at the center. In this “Voice of the Partner” blog, he shares how this approach has benefited global marine manufacturer, Brunswick Corporation.
Today, we are proud to announce the general availability of the Lists app in Teams for all our commercial and GCC customers. As you might already know, Microsoft Lists, which we announced at Build 2020 is a Microsoft 365 app that helps you track information and organize your work. Lists are simple, smart, and flexible, so you can stay on top of what matters most to your team.
Northumbria University has been hit by cyber attack that has taken out key systems and led to a switching off of access to shared applications, files and data.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has joined up with organisations in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand in publishing guidance on helping organisations stay safe from malicious cyber actors.
The Government has announced plans to update laws on identity checking to promote the wider use of digital identities.
Warwick District Council has signed a £489,000 deal with enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider TechnologyOne to contribute to its transformation of IT systems.
Every week I have at least one conversation with a security decision maker explaining why a lot of the hyperbole about passwords – “never use a password that has ever been seen in a breach,” “use really long passwords”, “passphrases-will-save-us”, and so on – is inconsistent with our research and with the reality our team sees as we defend against 100s of millions of password-based attacks every day. Focusing on password rules, rather than things that can really help – like multi-factor authentication (MFA), or great threat detection – is just a distraction.
Companies are slowly beginning to realise the existential nature of the challenge that digital hypercompetition poses to them.
Microsoft announced that it will bring a key piece of Xbox Series X storage technology to Windows 10 for PCs. It’s called DirectStorage, and it was originally announced as part of a portfolio of technology innovations that Microsoft will include in its next videogame console.