Since our personal or workplace computers are a part of a global network system, those have the risk of being attacked by viruses or malware. With the increased technology, those kinds of cyberattacks are becoming powerful nowadays. Sometimes we could not even trace where it comes from and what has caused the system damage. As my colleagues mentioned, I was frequently persuaded by this kind of malware, trojans from online links that pop up during browsing or downloading the cracked version of expensive software and tools. Luckily, the system was not seriously affected apart from the annoying folder missing and hiding by itself. It was easily solved with Norton antivirus software which was really popular at that time. However, in the organization where I am currently working, most of the risks are already prevented since the IT team controls all the devices by limiting the user role and installing only authentic software. But we still also faced potential threats mostly from spam mail which resembles the mail sent from the headquarters’ official address mentioning that we need to update some personal info for updating the database and security. Conducting cybersecurity awareness training for all employees will ensure we understand the risks of phishing and know how to recognize and report suspicious emails.