cybersecurity

This one-page guide is intended for individuals who are coming on-site to Fermilab, either as new users or as temporary guests. It covers: What to do in preparation for coming to the lab Which network to use once you’re here Why systems could be blocked form the network and what to do about it. Please provide any feedback about this article to cd-cog@fnal.gov.

Multifactor authentication has been in use at Fermilab for more than two years for a very limited group of employees. However, due to increased cybersecurity risks to our lab data, this will soon change. Currently, individuals who need access to our sensitive financial, HR and security systems use MFA. Over the next several months, we will be taking steps to expand MFA, most notably, to include VPN access.

The latest episode of Irwin’s Cybersecurity Corner is available! This month, join Fermilab Chief Information Security Officer Irwin Gaines and Cybersecurity Team members Art Lee and Jessie Pudelek for a fishing excursion unlike any other! Learn all about the most common email phishing scams and how you can spot these tricky schemes for yourself: Cybersecurity Corner 5: Phishing

Recently, Fermilab employees traveling abroad have reported theft, including stolen passports, during their trips. We urge travelers to safeguard all travel documents.

This month, join Fermilab Chief Information Security Officer Irwin Gaines and the group leader of the cybersecurity team, Joe Klemencic, for a fun-filled camping trip during which they share stories of various types of social engineering schemes. From tailgating to Microsoft tech support scams, Irwin and Joe have tales and tips to protect against the trickiest real-world scams you may face. Irwin will even share a fun story regarding our first director, Robert Wilson! Click here for the video, and…

The Fermilab Cybersecurity Team is interested in your feedback about Cybersecurity Awareness Day, which was held on June 13, 2018, and about cybersecurity in general. Please take a minute to complete the survey. Everyone is eligible to take the survey, regardless of whether you participated in Cybersecurity Awareness Day this year or not. At the end, be sure to enter your email address for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate for The Frontier Pub. The deadline for completing…

Cybersecurity Awareness Day is open to everyone. You do not need to be a cybersecurity expert to get something out of this event. Day: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.  (**Flexible schedule! Come to sessions that interest you** .ITNA courses in the morning; speed sessions on various topics in the afternoon) Location: WH Curia II Refreshments will be available! Coffee, tea, donuts (morning), and cookies (afternoon) will be served. Cartoon Irwin Selfie Station — come get a photo with…