From a cybersecurity point of view, the dark web is like a huge marketplace, where sensitive data (personal data, banking data, credentials, etc.) rubs shoulders with cyberattack kits. We find indeed malware sold between $50 and $500 , there would be 15 billion credentials in circulation…
How do you know if your corporate data is on the dark web?
After clarifying the terms deep web, dark web and dark net, we will see how to verify if your business data is available on the dark web and what to do if it is.
Regularly carrying out penetration tests on e-commerce websites ensures a good level of security. This is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the site as well as the company’s brand image with its customers. But the security challenges are so numerous that it is sometimes necessary to establish priorities.
The network infrastructure is at the core of business operations in most industries. It can be considered the nerve centre of the entire IT organisation because it centralises data, simplifies data exchange and facilitates communication between employees.
It is therefore an essential tool for the smooth running of organisations, which requires constant attention in terms of security in order to protect yourself against increasingly numerous and sophisticated external and internal attacks.
Most web applications manipulate personal and/or business data, in other words, sensitive data. Passwords, email addresses, credit card numbers, health data and others are at the centre of the battle between two opposing sides. On one side, companies, whether small, medium or large, seeking to defend themselves against intrusions into their information systems, and on the other, increasingly experienced attackers, attracted by the lure of gain and stimulated by the many breaches too often ignored by their future victims.
Do you know this half-joke, ‘there is no cloud, it’s just someone else’s computer’? Cloud computing is often seen as THE solution, so it is often overlooked that it is only a tool, with its advantages and disadvantages.
IoT security is a growing concern when developing connected devices and bringing them to market. However, there is presently a lack of clarity about the different regulations and requirements to respect, as many actors are working simultaneously on certifications, laws and/or standards. To help you figure this out, we’re presenting you very briefly some of the main legal requirements and standards currently in force that apply to consumer IoT devices.
Web and mobile applications are at the core of most companies’ activities. Whether you’ve already deployed them or that they are still under development, some misconceptions about their security are still present, even though it is a crucial topic to conduct your business in good conditions.
Here are the 9 preconceived ideas that we most often encountered.
During a security audit, 3 approaches are possible. They reflect different levels of information and access given to pentesters. The choice of the approach for a penetration testing depends on your objectives: how deep do you want the tests to be? And would you like to test the external or internal threat?
WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Shopify and many more, offer real possibilities for creating sites that are both ergonomic and efficient. However, a negative image is still associated with CMS websites: they would be insecure and easy targets for malicious hackers.
What are the risks of cyberattacks on these sites? What specific elements of CMS are to be monitored?
If you are in charge of a CMS platform, this article will help you to identify the main risks and will provide you with points of vigilance to reinforce the level of security.
Do you know why phishing is so dangerous?
Because it combines IT skills with knowledge of human psychology. In fact, a phishing email relies on human psychological drivers to first get the opening of the email and to then push to click.
Technical skills are of course necessary to increase the likelihood of clicks, e.g. to spoof a legitimate sender, to create an interface clone, to forward to malicious domains, etc.
But today, we will look into the psychological drivers that drive action during phishing. We have taken 8 commonly used drivers and associated them with different subjects that can be used as pretexts for phishing.