Every Friday, we’re going to wrap up technology news from the perspective of technology professionals who are clicking on articles posted to our tech pro-facing sister sites, My TechDecisions and Campus Safety Magazine. It’s a new feature we call “Hot Clicks,” and the hope is that it will give marketers insight into what interests this market the most.
These are the articles which received the most traffic from tech pros this week:
FireEye, McAfee Merger Is Complete
The merger of cybersecurity giants McAfee and FireEye is complete, creating a company with nearly $2 billion in revenue. Full story.
This Illinois High Schooler Rickrolled His School District By Hacking An IPTV Network
If you have ever thought about the many IoT devices that live on networks at your organization, you should seriously look into the security of those products and segment those networks. At the very least, change the default passwords. Full story.
Patch These Windows Vulnerabilities Now
Microsoft has released patches for 71 new vulnerabilities in Windows systems this past Tuesday, including one under active attack. Full story.
Your Guide to Implementing a Zero Trust Network Architecture
The concept of Zero Trust is being adopted by organizations everywhere, including at the highest levels of the U.S. government. Full story.
Still Having A PrintNightmare?
Microsoft’s patches for the PrintNightmare vulnerability are causing another printing nightmare of their own. Full story.
10 Online Privacy Facts That May Surprise You
Cyberattacks, data breaches, & hacking attempts are eye-openers as most of them are unexpected. Here are online privacy facts which will still surprise you. Full story.
See all of our editions of Hot Clicks — including the monthly editions — here.