Reeling in a big one takes on a whole new meaning when related to cyber phishing. Unfortunately, it happens more often than one would think. And since one in 4,200 emails received is a phishing attack, according to Symantec, phishing prevention is important information for everyone to know.
Online identity theft usually occurs when someone falls prey to phishing and malware tactics used by cybercriminals. To protect your identity online, Cybernet’s Cybersecurity Division recommends several tips.
Cookies track, target, and many times, support a user’s activity. They can be useful. But cookies can also pose a security threat, particularly when a user’s personal information is saved without encryption.
Cybersecurity – a term often mentioned by military leadership, industry experts, media, and policy makers – is emerging once again with DevSecOps.
Cookies are pieces of information about you that websites save while you are online, tracking as you browse. Protecting yourself is critical and can save you from a potential cybersecurity threat.
Organizations can only do so much to protect against insider threats. Here are our Top 3 (and easy to follow) ways for employees to help keep your organization safe.
While computers give us easy access and ways to store this information, they have also brought with them numerous cybersecurity challenges.
Cybernet Systems Corporation would like to inform you that there is currently a vulnerability in Zoom that may allow attackers to steal Windows credentials.
As the DoD published its final guidance regarding the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) framework recently, defense contractors – especially small businesses – are scrambling to find out what this certification process will mean for their companies.
Join Cybernet on Tuesday, April 24, at the UCF Incubator, to learn more about the need for cybersecurity compliance, the key concepts, and why it is critical for military, government, and even civilian applications.