CMMC Level 3 Control – Email Sandboxing (SI.3.220)

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An overview for this control states an organization should utilize sandboxing to detect or block potentially malicious email.  The action can prevent malicious files from entering the network and should be document in the Configuration Management Policy.

Password Security Question Recommendations

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It is risky to post security questions.  Security questions exist on pretty much every website that requires a username and password. 

Zoom enacts security and privacy control to prevent Zoombombing

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On April 5th, Zoom turned on the passwords and waiting room features for meetings by default aimed at users of their free version and those with a single license version to help prevent “Zoombombing”.

WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” Released

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WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” was released to the public on March 31, 2020. Check WordPress 5.4 announcement blogpost for more information on this release.

What is Zoombombing and how to defend against it

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Zoombombing is when an unauthorized person or stranger joins a Zoom meeting/chat session and cause disorder by saying offensive things and even photobombing your meeting by sharing pornographic and hate images.

The CMMC Accreditation Body signs MOU with the U.S. Department of Defense

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The CMMC-AB is pleased to announce that it has mutually signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Defense.