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The 1st Communications Maintenance Squadron special teams deploy all over Europe and Africa helping improve cyber networks, but this month they are taking time off the road and working close to home.
Airmen were put to the test when the 86th Airlift Wing inspector general and the 86th Communications Squadron executed a cybersecurity phishing email exercise Feb. 26 on Ramstein.
Dealing with mail can be a nerve-racking experience. Will it arrive on time? Will it be safe? What if it’s lost?
In the past few weeks, a new application may have appeared on computer desktops. On Dec. 8, the 67th Cyber Wing deployed Virtual Enterprise Service Desk on computers throughout U.S. Air Forces in Europe.
The 86th Communications Squadron will push an update to all government computers on Ramstein, forcing them to reboot every 72 hours starting Monday.
Your computer is your friend, confidant, procrastination enabler and productivity partner. It can be moody at times, but the trait we usually notice most about our digital partner is its speed.
The typical buzz word in today’s cyberspace domain is “cybersecurity.” Cybersecurity is developed into layers, in which all are utilized to protect a nation’s assets, as well as incorporate strategic planning to actually attack adversaries.
The Command Cyber Readiness Inspection scheduled for Dec. 1 to 5 is a Defense Information Systems Agency-led inspection of the security posture of Ramstein’s network.