The Cyber Security Council's latest warning to citizens and expatriates in the UAE
A few hours ago, a new warning was issued by the Cyber Security Council to citizens and expatriates in the United Arab Emirates, urging them not to click on unknown links, as they expose them to the danger of cyber attackers and electronic fraudulent gangs.
The most recent alert issued by the Cyber Security Council to residents and workers in the United Arab Emirates
It has been a few hours since the Cyber Security Council of the United Arab Emirates issued a new warning to citizens and expatriates of the United Arab Emirates, encouraging them not to click on unknown links since doing so puts them in danger of being targeted by cyber criminals and electronic fraud rings.
Cybersecurity in the UAE warns against clicking on unknown links
Cybersecurity experts in the UAE advise users to avoid clicking on links from unknown sources, The Cyber Security Council issued a warning to users of mobile phones, advising them not to click on strange links, stressing the importance of keeping operating systems and protection programs up to date, and emphasizing the need to avoid spreading rumors and instead acquire information from official authorities.
Security updates to patch vulnerabilities in Apple's product systems
Apple often releases software upgrades to address security flaws and patch vulnerabilities in its product systems, The United Arab Emirates Government Cybersecurity Council issued a statement saying that it had observed that Apple had issued security upgrades to remedy many vulnerabilities in its product systems. The statement also recommended that users implement the updates that Apple had recently given, The United Arab Emirates Government Cyber Security Council issued a warning about multiple vulnerabilities that are present in Apple's operating systems (iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and Safari). These vulnerabilities make it possible for an attacker to take control of users' devices, and the council advised that all users immediately upgrade their operating systems and programs in order to protect themselves from potential dangers.
Cybersecurity in the UAE warns of security vulnerabilities in the Chrome browser
The United Arab Emirates' Department of Cybersecurity has issued a warning about security flaws in the Chrome browser, It was recommended that all users update their Google Chrome browser to the most recent version in order to protect themselves from any potential dangers that could arise from the high-risk vulnerabilities that were present in the Google Chrome browser. These vulnerabilities allow attackers to install harmful code in the operating systems of users.