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Cyber Security News of the Week, April 2, 2017

Citadel On Security
Kimberly Pease Honored as Cybersecurity Professional of the Year by Los Angeles Business Journal: The Los Angeles Business Journal has awarded its Cybersecurity Professional of the Year Award to Kimberly Pease, Citadel Information Group Vice President and Co-Founder, for her leadership helping users understand the vital role they play in securing information.

Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, April 2, 2017

Important Security Updates
Apple: Apple has released updates to address vulnerabilities in iTunes, Safari, iCloud for Windows, macOS Sierra, iOS, tvOS and watchOS. Updates are available through some of the devices or from Apple’s website.

Avast: Avast! Free Antivirus has released version 17.3.2290. Updates are available on Avast’s website.

Cyber Security News of the Week, March 19, 2017

SecureTheVillage
SecureTheVillage — Events
SecureTheVillage & LA Networks team up for Cybersecurity Roundtable. C-Suite. IT Dirs. Brkfst. Glendale: LA Networks and SecureTheVillage are hosting a cybersecurity seminar that will feature experts in law enforcement, information security, and insurance.

Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, March 19, 2917

Important Security Updates
Adobe Flash Player: Adobe has released version 25.0.0.127. Updates are available from Adobe’s website. To see which version you have, go to Adobe’s web page. Adobe AIR was also updated.

Adobe Shockwave Player: Adobe has released version 12.2.8.198 of Shockwave Player running on Windows and Macintosh.

Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, March 12, 2017

Important Security Updates
Dropbox: Dropbox has released version 21.4.25 for its file hosting program. Updates are available at Dropbox’s website. [See Citadel’s warning below]

Google Chrome: Google has released Google Chrome version 57.0.2987.98. Updates are available from within the browser or from Google Chrome’s website.

Cyber Security News of the Week, March 5, 2017

Individuals at Risk
Cyber Warning
130+ Android apps on Google Play found with malware. Did developers use infected computers?: More than 130 Android apps on the Google Play store have been found to contain malicious coding, possibly because the developers were using infected computers, according to security researchers.