RansomWeb could kill your business site

RansomWeb could kill your business site

A security firm has identified a new method of attack called RansomWeb,  in which hackers encrypt the data stored on website servers and demand a ransom payment for the decryption key. Experts estimate that millions of individuals and companies could have been victims...

Local Communities: damn vulnerable websites

Local Communities: damn vulnerable websites

In late March, a French newspaper (La Gazette) made a disastrous record on the security level of French municipalities web sites. On 14.000 sites, over 50% are not only vulnerable but clearly expose vulnerabilities (Read the article: Thousands of poorly secured...

Tourism businesses in fear of cyber-attacks

Tourism businesses in fear of cyber-attacks

Online services in the tourism industry are not spared by cyber-criminals. The sector is growing and the financial windfall attracts many malicious hackers and competitors. The tourism industry must now ensure that their transactions and customer data are protected...

CMS, a prime target for hackers

CMS, a prime target for hackers

This year was a banner year for content management system (CMS) hacking. CMS are powerfull, easy to cutomize and let you build a website in less than an hour for a low price. However, CMS are vulnerable by nature because they are built on open source frameworks. It is...

More than 20.000 French websites hacked: how to protect themselves?

More than 20.000 French websites hacked: how to protect themselves?

Following the attacks in Paris on last 7, 8 and 9 January 2015, more than 20.000 websites have been victims of cyber attacks from Islamist hackers. Under the banner "Operation France", hackers presenting themselves as Islamist or jihadists and planned a massive...

Websites: an essential tool for SMEs

Websites: an essential tool for SMEs

For 67% of SMEs, a website is an essential tool to generate leads, develop its brand awareness, and increase its turnover. Yet, the budget for their protection is a pittance and one in two SMEs does not even have a cyber security solution. Discover in this article the...