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Corporate enterprises face one of the biggest security risks of recent times: the “Meltdown” and “Spectre” critical vulnerabilities in the architecture of processors affect almost every computer and mobile device on the planet.

What should enterprise users and admins learn from it?

By Noam Potter

The rising mobile cyber-crime drives mobile users to communicate via secure messaging services such as WhatsApp and Telegram, which claim to offer end-to-end encryption. Are they truly safe?

By Noam Potter

The mobile use as we know it must change forever in the quest to maintain secure and private use. A simple equivalent can be seen in aviation security. This is valid for both organizations and individuals. The sooner users will realize and act by new security directives, the sooner they will be better protected and eliminate cyber-attacks risks.

By Noam Potter

Let’s first be perfectly clear: CommuniTake Remote Care is fully CertifiGate protected. 

By Noam Potter

Confidence is a must. Do not rush the process. Practice internal hands-on sessions prior to real support sessions. Make sure that each and every support advisor has experienced the system – both as a support advisor and as a device holder. 

By Noam Potter

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