Welcome to the Nouveau’s Nouveau BullITin (that’s a ‘bulletin’, but with more focus on IT). We hope you enjoy this weeks roundup.
Shark Tank host loses $400,000 in a scam
In an article from CNN Business, we learned that “Shark Tank” judge Barbara Corcoran lost nearly $400,000 in an email scam that tricked her staff. It just goes to show the importance of staff security education – you can read more about the hack in the linked article.
Office 365 Weekly Digest
Office 365 Weekly provided us with an up to date roadmap of Office 365’s scheduled updates and features. It can be a good idea to keep up to date, so feel free to check out this article – at the bottom you can find some useful links to educational webinars, blogs and more!
File Explorer Update in Next Windows Update
A huge part of our working lives involves organising our files. Fortunately, Microsoft have worked to improve the File explorer in the next Windows update. The linked article from WinCentral showcases some early images of how the new system is going to function. These features will be in version 2004, is supposes to release at some point in April 2020.
Samsung Cops to Data Leak After Find My Mobile Notification
From The Register, Samsung have admitted that a small number of users could have accessed other people’s personal data following a ‘unexplained’ Find my Mobile notification. A technical error apparently resulted in a small number of users being able to access the details of another user, even if the app was disabled. Read more about this in the linked article.
Billions of Devices Open to Wi-Fi Eavesdropping Attacks
In an article from Threatpost we discovered that that a serious vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips has been discovered that affects billions of devices worldwide. This bug allows attackers to eavesdrop on Wi-Fi communications, impacting smartphones, tablets and laptops as well as IoT gadgets. Read more about the vulnerability in the linked article.