A new security vulnerability in Internet Explorer has been reported and Microsoft is recommending that you avoid using Internet Explorer until the security flaw has been resolved.
Light Industries recommends that you change your default browsers to either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox until the security flaw is patched.
As always we suggest safe browsing so if you are unable to change your default browser because of the applications you use, you can enable “High Security” or disable services within Internet Explorer to help secure it better.
As part of our efforts to inform and educate our clients about threats to the security of their data, Light Industries will make every effort to make you aware of threats and the potential impact on your organization and your staff’s general use of the internet.
We continue to proactively address and update our systems as necessary. Again, due to the high importance of this particular threat, we want to make sure you are informed and can take steps to assure the security of your data.
When a patch is released for this issue, we will let you know and schedule a time to install it onto your machines.
Questions? Contact your IT Support Desk or please call us on 443-795-5110.
By Jessica Tinordi, Jessica.Tinordi@lightindustries.com