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CISA Releases Bulletin Advising to Apply New Google Chrome Patches

by Patrick Kapp Desktop & Applications Architect The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released a bulletin advising all users and administrators to apply new patches to Google Chrome that target newly discovered security flaws. The change addresses vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit to take control of an affected system. The vulnerability was […]

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Daylight Saving Time Alert — Important Reminder About Upcoming Clock Change

by Armen Gharibian Practice Leader – Desktop & Applications This is a reminder that Daylight Saving Time will begin at 2:00 AM (EST) on Sunday, November 3rd. This semiannual time change can cause major problems with VDI environments such as machine registration issues, session disconnects, and group policy failures. Whether using Citrix Provisioning Services, Citrix […]

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Recent Cisco Access-Point & Wireless LAN Controller Vulnerabilities

by Robinson Roca Practice Leader – Network Infrastructure Helient strives to keep abreast and informed of vulnerabilities that can cause issues that impact our clients’ infrastructure. As you know, vulnerabilities are discovered every day, but because Helient keeps such a close relationship with our clients and their environments, we are sensitive to the pains they […]

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Helient Welcomes Jared Barraford as Managing Director — Helient Expands Presence in Boston, Massachusetts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 2, 2019, Philadelphia, PA – Helient is pleased to welcome Jared Barraford as Managing Director of Helient’s newly formed Boston Regional Office. “We are very excited to announce that Jared joined the Helient family on October 2, 2019,” Steve Hatch, CEO states. “In addition to leading Helient’s expansion in New England, […]

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Adobe Releases Security Updates for Multiple Products

by Christopher Garcia Desktop & Applications Architect Adobe has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in multiple Adobe products. An attacker could exploit some of these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected system. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages users and administrators to review the following Adobe Security Bulletins and apply the […]

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Cisco Vulnerabilities Identified

by Robinson Roca Practice Leader – Network Infrastructure Ensuring your network and environment is free of potential vulnerabilities and looking out for security gaps is a full time job. The typical approach for most firms is to just have their “Helpdesk” make sure things are the way they need to be. That may be a […]

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Citrix Releases New License Server Due to Multiple Vulnerabilities

by Daniel Ruiz Senior Solutions Architect Multiple Denial-of-Service vulnerabilities have been identified in Citrix License Server for Windows and VPX. This can could result in an attacker being able to force the vendor service to shut down. This service will affect several Citrix solutions including the items below from contacting your License server Citrix Endpoint […]

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Intune Admins, Action Required: Update Conditional Access Policies

by Armen Gharibian Practice Leader – Desktop & Applications Apple will be releasing a new Operating System for iPads starting on September 30th 2019 called iPadOS.  The release of this new OS, Intune administrators should review existing Conditional Access Policies. According to Microsoft: This change affects apps that use Conditional Access and that identify as […]

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Google Releases Security Updates For Chrome

by Robinson Roca Practice Leader – Network Infrastructure Google has released a very important Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS update for Google Chrome. This update addresses an exploit that could allow attackers to take control and execute arbitrary code within the context of the Chrome browser. The Common Vulnerability and Exposure (CVE) number for this […]

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Apple Releases New OS Security Updates

by Bill Bowen Desktop & Applications Architect Apple has released multiple security updates this week to address vulnerabilities in several Apple products. The latest patches help secure vulnerabilities in Apple’s iOS, macOS Mojave, watchOS and tvOS, where a remote attacker could take full control of one of these affected Apple OS devices. The Cybersecurity and […]

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