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New Critical Vulnerability in Google Chrome Browser (Patch Now)

Industry News
A new zero day vulnerability has been discovered in the Google Chrome browser that could allow arbitrary code execution on vulnerable systems. Details are scarce at this time (details below) but the short story is that users running Google Chrome versions prior to 76.0.3809.132 should patch now. Cyber Tech Cafe MyIT clients should already have the updates but are encouraged to restart Google Chrome (or reboot) to ensure that the updates are applied. Additional information on our MyIT program is available here. The issue is being tracked under CVE-2019-5869Additional details are available here
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Closed Monday, 2 September 2019 for Labor Day

CTC NEWS
We will be closed on Monday, 2 September 2019 to enjoy the Labor Day holiday with friends, family and loved ones and will reopen during normal business hours on Tuesday, 3 September 2018.  Emergency support will be available for our commercial clients.  If you need emergency support on Monday, simply include the word 'emergency' in the subject of your email to help@ctc.co or by noting it in your voicemail at 770.386.8900.
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August 2019 Updates

CTC NEWS, Industry News, Monthly Newsletters, Tech news
Executive Summary The Cyber Tech Cafe Managed Services (MyIT) continue to be an overwhelming success.  It's exciting to see organizations taking a proactive approach when it comes to their IT Infrastructure and it's incredibly rewarding to hear those organizations comment about how "things just seem to work".  A new version of our website / blogging software brings a new format to these posts, all the same content you know and love with a fresh coat of paint to hopefully make consumption more enjoyable and pleasing. As always, we welcome comments, feedback, concerns, etc. News DC770 - Cyber Tech Cafe is a proud supporter and co-sponsor of the DC770 DEF CON group that meets monthly at 7:00pm ET at Jefferson's restaurant in Cartersville on the first Tuesday of each month. More information is available…
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Closed for 4th of July

CTC NEWS, Uncategorized
Emergency support is available for MyIT and commercial clients via phone or email at normal emergency rates. Cyber Tech Cafe will be closed on Thursday, 4 July 2019 to celebrate Independence Day and spend time with family, friends and loved ones. Non-emergency calls and emails will be answered on a first come, first served basis on Friday, 5 July 2019.
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June 2019 Updates

CTC NEWS, Industry News, Monthly Newsletters, Tech news
Executive Summary The Cyber Tech Cafe Managed Services (MyIT) continue to be an overwhelming success.  It's exciting to see organizations taking a proactive approach when it comes to their IT Infrastructure and it's incredibly rewarding to hear those organizations comment about how "things just seem to work".  A new version of our website / blogging software brings a new format to these posts, all the same content you know and love with a fresh coat of paint to hopefully make consumption more enjoyable and pleasing. As always, we welcome comments, feedback, concerns, etc. News Critical Firefox Vulnerability. Give high level details and note that MyIT clients were patched within hours of the announcement. DC770 - Cyber Tech Cafe is a proud supporter and co-sponsor of the DC770 DEF CON group that meets monthly…
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Intermittent mail flow delays at AppRiver

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AppRiver is currently investigating reports of intermittent mail flow issues for some of it's customers. The delays appear to be specific to the email security products (SecureTide, SmartHost and Virus filtering). Additional information is available via the AppRiver status page via the link below. https://status.appriver.com/
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Multiple vulnerabilities in Fortigate firewalls SSL VPN

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Two advisories were published on 24 May 2019 regarding the SSL VPN components of Fortigate firewalls using FortiOS versions 5.6.3 to 5.6.7 and 6.0.0 to 6.0.4. Updates to both branches (5.6.8 and 6.0.5 or 6.2.0, respectively) have been released and are available for download. We are reaching out to all affected Cyber Tech Cafe customers now to schedule the upgrades. Additional Information is available below: Information Disclosure - https://fortiguard.com/psirt/FG-IR-18-384Unauthenticated Password Change - https://fortiguard.com/psirt/FG-IR-18-389
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Memorial Day

Memorial Day

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Cyber Tech Cafe will be closed Monday, 27 May 2019 in observance of Memorial Day. We would like to extend our utmost gratitude to all of the men and woman that have sacrificed everything for our great nation. We hope everyone has a great Memorial Day!
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May 2019 Updates

CTC NEWS, Industry News, Monthly Newsletters, Tech news
Executive Summary The Cyber Tech Cafe Managed Services (MyIT) continue to be an overwhelming success.  It's exciting to see organizations taking a proactive approach when it comes to their IT Infrastructure and it's incredibly rewarding to hear those organizations comment about how "things just seem to work".  A new version of our website / blogging software brings a new format to these posts, all the same content you know and love with a fresh coat of paint to hopefully make consumption more enjoyable and pleasing. As always, we welcome comments, feedback, concerns, etc. News DC770 - Cyber Tech Cafe is a proud supporter and co-sponsor of the DC770 DEF CON group that meets monthly at 7:00pm ET at Jefferson's restaurant in Cartersville on the first Tuesday of each month. More information is available…
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What’s the best defense against cyber attack? Prepare. Patch. Train. Test. Repeat.

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It sounds simple but, when it comes to ransomware (and many other types of cyber attacks), those five words will put you head and shoulders above most. Prepare. Know what you have; what's supposed to be there and what's not. Then, protect what's supposed to be there from what's not. Then, just in case something slips by, make sure you have a good disaster recovery plan (that includes off site backups) in place. Patch. Bad guys are going to attack your tech or your people. To attack the tech, they need to find a vulnerability or a miss configuration. Timely installation of manufacturer supplied patches will cut your exposure in half. Having a monthly maintenance plan like Cyber Tech Café’s MyIT Program will help ensure that the supplied patches are…
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