The CMMC model has five defined levels, each with a set of supporting practices and processes. Practices range from Level 1 (basic cyber hygiene) and to Level 5 (advance/progressive).
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So, if you haven’t heard or if you are not familiar with the cybersecurity maturity model certification (CMMC), don’t worry about it, we are here to explain it all to you.
That’s the theme of a new government program designating September as Insider Threat Awareness month. With it, SecurityOrb.com joins our colleagues in government, industry, and education to promote awareness of this critical threat to the nation and your organization. Beginning next week, we will be making weekly posts on our social media pages on this topic to help us all stay vigilant in our security awareness and in protecting the data entrusted to us.
The goal is to help our students manage their digital lives responsibly. Here are a few simple steps parents and students may use to help keep them safe while using their devices.
November 14 and 15 Capitol Technology University is hosting a cybersecurity conference.
In one of the biggest data breaches, a hacker by the name Paige Thompson gained access to more than 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers, in addition to an undisclosed number of people’s names, addresses, credit scores, credit limits, balances, and other information.
The remote host is missing an update for the ‘bpftool’ package(s) announced via the CESA-2018:3651 advisory.
100 million Quora users may have had their data accessed by an unauthorized third party. Quora is actively investigating the incident, and has already taken steps to improve its security.
I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Elizabeth Milovidov, Esq. founder of DigitalParentingCoach.com about Internet Safety.
Listen to what Dr. Milovidov has to say here:
From October 2018, NCCIC analysts have observed network traffic indicating
attempts, by unknown actors against multiple government agencies, to exploit a
vulnerability [CVE-2018-15454] in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
inspection engine of Cisco ASA Software and Cisco FTD Software.
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