Cloud News Review week of 12/23/2019

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Cloud News Review week of 12/23/2019

This week on Cloud News Review

Cybersecurity firm Coronet has released a list of cities with businesses most vulnerable for cyberattacks. The highest on that list? Las Vegas, Nevada. With so many different hotels and free guest wifi, combined with the state of Nevada's small cybersecurity budget, it is no wonder Vegas is one of the least protected cities. [News3LasVegas]

At the end of January 2020, Microsoft will end support for the Cortana app in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, India, Mexico, Spain, and the U.K. This is after the fact that the company stated they were ending support for the app in the U.S. earlier last month and are integrating it into Office 365 applications. [VentureBeat]

After June of 2020, Google will not let users log into less secure apps (LSAs) with their Gmail credentials. According to the Google Blog, “LSAs are non-Google apps that can access your Google account with only a username and password. They make your account more vulnerable to hijacking attempts." [Digit]

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