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The IRS is rolling out facial recognition

Starting this summer, users with an IRS.gov account will no longer be able to log in with just a username and password.  The system will…

The PPP program gets measured

The National Bureau of Economic Research has dug into where the Paycheck Protection Program money went.  It turns out that it mostly did not go…

New marketplace data points to consulting

Microsoft has rolled out a series of new laptops with OEM partners.   Windows 11 SE is designed to take on Chromebooks in education and is…

A novel approach to ransomware recovery

The Executive Order intended to boost the federal government’s cyber defenses continues to show action.   NIST has released guidance for system engineers in a document titled…

A new bug-bounty program for SMBs and MSPs

Huntress Labs has announced the donation of $100,000 to the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, which is to be used both to hire its first…

A tall tale in a press release

Yesterday, Kaseya put out a press release to announce their 25% growth in 2021.    The press release focuses on their multiple acquisitions and enhancements to…

Europol to delete data and the trend it reveals

On Friday, I reported on Germany considering entirely doing away with data retention.    More out of Europe on that topic.  Quoting from the Record: Today,…

FTC says Log4J can result in legal consequences

Some research The Record caught and highlighted.   In a paper titled “An Empirical Assessment of Endpoint Detection and Response Systems against Advanced Persistent Threats Attack…