The problem with passwords is remembering them! Finding a safe place to keep them is another issue. That notepad on your desktop isn’t very secure or accessible when you are away from your desk. There are many password managers available that can help you create and store strong, unique passwords for all of your accounts. Some popular password managers include:
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CyberNINES wishes you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous New Year. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our customers, colleagues, and business partners for your trust and loyalty throughout the year. At CyberNINES we are constantly striving to provide excellent service and continuous support to our community. Here are our five top cybersecurity tips to keep you protected during the festive season.
It’s not like you don’t have a thousand other tasks that need your attention, but friends please hear me out. I’m here to tell you that an incident response plan needs to be at the top of that list of tasks!
Tips for Internet Security
The Internet has integrated into every aspect of our daily life from connecting with our friends and family to managing our banking and medical records. Cybercriminals attempt to extract this information by luring Internet users into clicking on malware links or tricking employees into providing company’s financial information. Be on guard for cyber-attacks and support National CyberSecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) with CyberNINES. Start with these simple tips from CISA and National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) to ensure your safety online.
Internet of Things Tip Sheet
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the term used to describe the network of physical devices connected over the Internet. Cars, fitness trackers, wearables, appliances, lightbulbs, smart speakers, and any devices that have sensors and can exchange data with other machines in the network are examples of IoT. The cybersecurity of such information may be vulnerable to a potential cyber-attack once the device is connected to the Internet.
Cyber Security Tips for Working from Home
The current technologies enable us to control our home devices on our smartphones from any location. While many of us are also working from home, phishing, scams, malware and other cyber-related threats are becoming more frequent. Cybercriminals often rely on human error ― clicking on a malicious link in an email or failing to update the antivirus or install software patches. Cybersecurity is everyone’s job and requires everyone’s participation from the top management to the newest employees. #BeCyberSmart and support the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) with CyberNINES. Share these tips with your organization and start securing your home environment.
For 18 years, CISA and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) continue to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation, ensuring that we all have the resources we need to be safer and more secure online. The following tips would be great to share with employees, family, and friends to raise their cyber awareness to further our protection. Send out one or two tips a week for employee engagement and training.
CyberNINES is a veteran-owned small business, our president, Scott Singer, along with several other employees are retired Navy veterans. So, this month we decided our cybersecurity focus would be "Loose Lips Sink Ships!" an old-time navy reference to "beware of unguarded talk". We thought this idiom funnily represents one of the biggest cyber threats today known as Social Engineering.