CyberSponse, Inc.
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Company Size:
11-50 employees
Company Type:
Arlington, VA
CyberSponse Incorporated, a global leader in cyber security automation & orchestration, helps accelerate an organization’s processes, security operations teams and incident responders. The CyberSponse platform enables organizations to seamlessly integrate, automate and playbook their security ...
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The Importance of Security Patches and Updates
In this post, we will discuss some of the major hacks and exploits that have happened in the most recent years. This will not only educate you on the type of ransomware and malware out there, but it will highlight the importance of security patches and updates and how they can effectively remove security vulnerabilities.   The WannaCry Attack: One of the biggest, if not the biggest, ransomware attack in history was caused by WannaCry. It took down more than 300,000 computers across 150 coun ...
Reasons Why Your Computer is Slowing Down
Have you been noticing that your computer has been slowing down? Here are some common reasons that might explain your computers poor performance:   #1. Poor RAM RAM (random access memory) is an integral part of a computer. If your computer does not have enough of it, then it starts slowing down. As apps and programs are becoming more technologically advanced, your computer requires more RAM juice than ever. In the absence of enough RAM, the hard drive tries to fill in for the memory gap, an ...
7 Tips To Avoid a Spyware Attack
Spyware refers to a software that spy on your Internet browsing activities, record keystrokes, and collect almost any type of data including your personal information such as credit/debit card or banking details, login IDs and passwords. Here are seven tips to avoid a spyware attack and keep your data safe.   #1. Disable the autorun feature If you’ve ever plugged in a USB device into your computer and had a window pop up giving you options to view folders or files, then you know what ...
Six Computer Viruses You Should Know About
Computer viruses are designed to do as much damage to your computer as they can. However, despite similar end goals they all function in different manners. Some destroy files stored on your PC, while some trigger different software to malfunction. The more malicious viruses might aim to steal your confidential information. The more you know about viruses and how they work, the more prepared you will be should you ever be unfortunate to deal with them. Here are six common computer viruses you sho ...
Common Password Mistakes & Tips for Creating a Stronger One
Even though technology has rocketed in the past decade, our password creating skills have remained in the stone ages. In this post, we will go over common password mistakes that are leaving you vulnerable as well as some simple tips for creating better, stronger, and secure passwords.   Five common password mistakes #1. Keeping your pet’s name as your password Everybody loves their pets, and sometimes we use it as our passwords for its simplicity and the fact that it is easy to rememb ...
What is a VPN and Why Should You Start Using One
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a type of network connection that allows users to browse the Internet securely and anonymously. It is one of the most effective and secure methods to surf the web privately. What is a VPN? When browsing the internet with a VPN, the user’s network traffic is funneled through a secure virtual tunnel to their service provider’s servers, which then encrypts the data sent and received. In other words, your browsing activity is safe from prying activit ...
Tips to Keep The Hackers at Bay on the Internet
While the internet is always fun to play around on, that’s not to say it does not have its dangers. It is infested with distasteful characters like hackers, scammers, and malware artists. These people are out there, waiting for you to make a mistake so that they can latch onto you like parasites to feed on your money, sensitive information, and identity. With that in mind, here are ten cyber safety tips every Internet user must know.   Be smart with passwords: Use uppercase, lowercase ...
6 Signs That Your Android Could be Infected With a Virus
Android phones have become a hotspot for malware attacks and have been steadily increasing with every year that passes. Often time users are not even aware that their phones are carrying malware and having their data exposed. Fortunately, we have compiled a list of six possible signs that will help you detect if your phone is infected with a virus or malware. #1. Mysterious outgoing phone calls Have you noticed any calls or SMSs made or sent from your phone that you know was not you? If there is ...
11 Tips for Secure Cashless Transactions
In today’s world, people are opting for cashless transactions when it comes to online banking, shopping, paying bills, booking tickets, etc. Despite the fact that the rise of a cashless world has brought some relief to the cash crunch in ATMs and banks, it has opened up new avenues for cybercriminals and cybercrimes.   Risks of online transactions?   Attackers can create believable fake online payment apps that can steal your personal and banking details They can also create fak ...
How to Protect your Website from Hackers and Attacks
Having a website in today’s market is often times critical for the success of a business in this ever-changing world of technology. Businesses, organization, and independent bloggers all have their own websites. Websites are used for interacting with the customers, providing services, displaying information and much more. Today we will discuss the several things you can do to better secure your website from hackers and attacks. Keep your core files and platform updated The first step you ...

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