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4 reasons to choose a sovereign cybersecurity solution

4 reasons to choose a sovereign cybersecurity solution

When it comes to cybersecurity, there are no such thing as national borders. State lines in the digital world are non-existent, meaning some of the biggest cyberthreats to French businesses often originate from far abroad. Sovereign cybersecurity solutions provide an...

5 cybersecurity best practices when working from home

5 cybersecurity best practices when working from home

While the Coronavirus pandemic has made working from home the new normal, the proliferation of cyber attacks could well put a damper on the corporate world’s enthusiasm. When outside of the office, employees change their usual digital habits and consequently increase...

OZON innovates by integrating ModSecurity with HAProxy

OZON innovates by integrating ModSecurity with HAProxy

OZON, the startup specialized in eCommerce cybersecurity, has integrated ModSecurity® web application firewall into HAProxy® and decides to bring its R&D work to the open source community. More than 15 years after they were released as open source projects,...

WordPress 4.7.1 updates for 8 security breaches

WordPress 4.7.1 updates for 8 security breaches

WordPress 4.7.1 was officially released on January 11, providing users of the popular open-source content management system with an incremental update fixing 62 bugs and 8 security issues. WordPress developers are encouraging users of the content management system to...

7 tips to make your Joomla site more secure

7 tips to make your Joomla site more secure

As CEO of OZON, I’m continuously reading reports on security matters in order to improve our cybersecurity solutions, and looking for tips you can quickly put in place to secure your eCommerce site. This time, I was reading a Sucuri research, revealing that Joomla is...

Make SMB Cybersecurity a Priority in 2017

Make SMB Cybersecurity a Priority in 2017

In October, Nearly 6,000 eCommerce sites were recently compromised by credit-card theft, after attackers injected malicious JavaScript code into their websites to steal payment card data. While compared to the 500 million user details breached at Yahoo it may seem but...