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A vulnerability has been discovered in LibreOffice, which could allow for arbitrary command execution.



The CIS team attended Oracle OpenWorld 2019 in San Francisco where we were announced as one of only ten launch partners for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure!


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Adobe ColdFusion, the most severe of which could allow for arbitrary code execution.



Since 2001, CIS has grown to support a wide range of products and services. Learn what it’s like to be a Product Support Team Manager at CIS.


CIS Benchmarks Demo
October 1, 2019
Join our monthly demo and learn how the secure configuration guidelines of the CIS Benchmarks can help keep your organization safe & secure.


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Defender, the most severe of which could allow for code execution.



Join the MS-ISAC, EI-ISAC, CISA and National Cyber Security Alliance for a deeper dive into National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Google Chrome, the most severe of which could allow for arbitrary code execution.



Security Primer – IcedID
September 18, 2019
IcedID, also known as BokBot, is a modular banking trojan that targets user financial information and is capable of acting as a dropper for other malware.


Teaching cybersecurity to children at a young age can be very beneficial for them in the long run as they learn to recognize potential cybersecurity risks.


Our Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) share tips and advice for finance industry CISOs to help improve their cyber defense.


Oracle Cloud helps software partners achieve improved customer experience and lower costs, and adds the ability to sell complete solutions through Oracle Cloud Marketplace.


Multiple vulnerabilities have been identified in Mozilla Thunderbird, the most severe of which could allow for arbitrary code execution.



Join CIS at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on September 16-19 for the latest in cybersecurity and the cloud.


Simple nudges that affect behavior at the keyboard and keep employees on high alert can be far more effective than expensive cybersecurity bells and whistles.


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