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Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities

April 13, 2018     Twin State Technical Services      ref: Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities It seems fitting on Friday the 13th to talk about some of the scarier results in technology vulnerabilities. The design flaws in chipsets will take 3 – 5 years of architecture redevelopment to completely eliminate – so as a consumer, you don’t need…

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The European Union is Moving at a Faster Pace in Defining Individual Privacy Rights

Companies like Microsoft now issue versions of software to meet compliance requirements for national and global governing bodies – for example, Microsoft version N. The European community has a strong commitment to informing citizens of how to know and exercise their rights of protection to their own personal information. This is also causing our software…

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What is Spear Phishing?

No, it’s not spearfishing. That is a completely different topic. So if you’re looking for different ways to fish in a lake, this article isn’t for you. If you’re wondering how data breaches are actually done? How cybercriminals execute an attack and pick their methods? I’d encourage you to continue reading. Phishing vs. Spear Phishing Spear…

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Why You Should Be Using SharePoint

SharePoint is a collaborative platform developed by Microsoft. This intranet allows you to intelligently share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across the organization. Benefits of Using SharePoint It is a web platform; it can be easily accessed anywhere with any browser while still being secure…

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