Cyber Security Today: Your Weekly Review for Jan 26, 2024

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The Network Resilience Coalition has made multiple recommendations on how to improve the security of IT networks. In particular, the coalition emphasises the need for manufacturers to separate security patches from security feature updates in order to ensure that network administrators can apply critical security patches quickly without worrying about potential instability. Furthermore, the coalition suggests that manufacturers should make it clear how long their products will be supported to enable IT departments to plan their security more effectively. The recommendations also call for manufacturers to build software with stronger security features. The coalition also advises buyers to prioritise products that are built with better security, and to ensure that products are using the best security configurations.

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