IT Security Tip Sheet: From Pokémon to the Microsoft Print Spooler Bug


By Will Hatcher

Cybersecurity and IT issues have been hot topics in the news lately, and it’s never been more important to stay informed.

In my role as IT Audit Security Manager, I recently drafted a brief overview of several of the most prevalent news items involving IT Security. I invite you to download this short document highlighting important issues, including:

  • NEW SCADA Malware ‘SFG’ used to attack European Power Plant
  • Pokémon Go Vulnerabilities
  • Major Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability
  • MEDJACK2 Hijacked Medical Devices

As with any issues involving IT Security, I invite you to contact me directly if you’d like more information on any of these issues, or if you have other questions related to your company. Reach me at whatcher@schneiderdowns.com, or 412-697-5877.


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