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Two new checks for the ChatGPT macOS app

With the recent announcement of OpenAI’s ChatGPT desktop application for macOS, users gain access to LLM workflows outside of their browser. ChatGPT’s broad adoption by employees across industries, and around the world, has put employers, compliance, and security teams into high gear as they seek to balance the gains made in productivity with the potential risks of how these tools are being used.

How Do Cybercriminals Gather Personal Information About Their Targets?

Cybercriminals gather personal information about their targets by using social engineering techniques, looking at social media accounts and collecting data that gets leaked from public data breaches. The more personal information a cybercriminal can collect about their target, the easier it is for them to launch cyber attacks that their targets will easily fall for. Continue reading to learn more about how cybercriminals gather their target’s personal information and how you can keep your data safe.

How Should Sensitive Information Be Stored?

When we think about storing sensitive information, two types of information come to mind: digital data and physical data. While physical data can be securely stored in a physical vault, digital data should be stored in an encrypted cloud storage solution to protect it from common cyber threats. Continue reading to learn the best ways to store your sensitive physical and digital information, plus the storage methods to avoid.

Rising Threats: Navigating the Surge of Cybersecurity Challenges in K-12 Schools

When thinking about which industries get targeted most often in ransomware attacks, many people think that large healthcare and financial institutions would be at the top of the list. Most people don’t associate cyber attacks with K-12 schools. However, a recent cybersecurity report noted that lower education, or K-12 schools, is the single most targeted industry for ransomware attacks, with 80% of schools reporting a ransomware attack in 2023.

How To Prevent Human Error in Cybersecurity

Human errors in cybersecurity can result in cyber attacks that lead to data breaches, financial losses and irreparable impacts to businesses. Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report found that more than 68% of data breaches were caused by human error. Human factors that can contribute to a breach include using weak passwords, reusing the same passwords or employees falling victim to phishing scams.

Random but Memorable - Episode 12.7: Zero Trust Fall Out with Dr. Chase Cunningham & Elliot Volkman

Think you know what zero trust is? Think again! This week, we welcome Dr Chase Cunningham & Elliot Volkman to the show to define what the zero trust security model looks like and debunk common misconceptions around it. Tune in, as we dive into how you can adopt zero trust in your organization, and deploy it successfully.

1Password Enterprise Password Manager - Partner Edition, now in beta

Following the launch of our global partner program, 1Password now offers a multi-tenancy experience for managed service providers. Currently in beta, the new MSP experience includes an easy-to-use, centralized console and client-level insights. Register as an MSP today to be among the first to try the beta – and protect your clients with the world-class security they deserve. Learn more at

How To Prevent Password Fatigue

Password fatigue is the exhausting feeling individuals experience due to the excessive number of passwords they need to memorize. People need to remember their passwords to access applications and networks that hold their sensitive information. However, constantly resetting and remembering passwords can burden them, resorting to insecure practices such as saving passwords in a spreadsheet.