Tag Archives: Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Series

October is Cybersecurity Month! What better way to celebrate than with Kyber Security? Fill in the form to the right for updates on the latest best practices, compliance updates, and tactics to enhance your organization’s current cybersecurity program each week during the month of October and one free Dark Web search for your company domain. It […]

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Kyber Security Named to 2018 MSSP Alert Top 100 Managed Security Services Providers List

FAIRFIELD, CONN. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 14, 2018: MSSP Alert, published by After Nines Inc., has named Kyber Security to the Top 100 MSSPs list for 2018 (http://www.MSSPAlert.com/top100). The list and research identify and honor the top 100 managed security services providers (MSSPs) that specialize in comprehensive, outsourced cybersecurity services. The Top 100 MSSP rankings are based on MSSP […]

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The Government Strengthens Small Business Cybersecurity

Within the past couple months, the government has taken big steps towards addressing cybersecurity in the small business sector. As of August 17, 2018, President Trump has signed the NIST Small Business Cybersecurity Act into law. The law is designed to help small businesses strengthen their cyber defenses utilizing guidance from the National Institute of […]

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It’s Time to Upgrade Your IT Infrastructure

An organization’s IT infrastructure has become a vital part of all operations and affects nearly every aspect of the business.  As such, it is critical to keep all of your systems up to date with the latest security patches. Every piece of technology that touches your network including; desktops, laptops, phones, servers, switches, etc. should […]

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What can your Company Learn from the Timehop Cyber Incident?

This past weekend, the Timehop app announced a large network intrusion that affected over 21 million users. The app compiles information from all forms of social media and creates a “look back in time” for the user. The data that was breached included names, email addresses, and phone numbers. Luckily, no private messages, financial data, […]

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