Cyberattacks, malicious acts against a computing device and often referred to as hacks, have often made headlines in recent years. You’ll remember the one in 2017, named WanaCry, which affected large companies such as FedEx and Renault. That same year, Netflix was also the victim of a cyberattack.The idea is not to panic you, but… Continue reading 3 Common types of cyberattacks and how to avoid them
You think your company is too “small” to interest a hacker? Well, that’s not what cybercriminals think! As a proof, half of the attacks target small companies.How to protect yourself against cyber risks? We give you 6 best practices to apply today in your company! 1. Train employees in computer security First step in protecting… Continue reading 6 Tips to avoid cyberattacks
Cyber attacks targeting businesses increased by 255% in 2020. In general, business security breaches come from employees rather than from applications and networks, which are often well protected.In fact, according to IBM’s Security Intelligence Index, 90% of cybersecurity incidents are related to human error. Clicking on a phishing link, visiting a suspicious website, activating a… Continue reading 7 Best practices to secure your data and your employees’ uses against cyber attacks
Many companies view auditing in general, and security auditing in particular, as a stressful and intrusive process: the idea of an auditor walking around the premises, distracting everyone and intruding on the day-to-day activities of the company often puts them off from conducting audits.So what is the real use of these audits? How to proceed?… Continue reading What’s the purpose of an IT security audit?
DDoS attacks are increasing by 31% year after year. Unlike other types of cyber attacks, DDoS attacks do not attempt to breach your security perimeter or steal data. They aim to make your website and servers unavailable. They can also serve as a smokescreen for other malicious activities. DDoS attacks can be brief or repeated,… Continue reading How to avoid DDoS attacks?
Are you afraid that a security problem will affect your server and that someone with bad intentions will find out about it? Nothing could be more normal: the number of security holes is exploding. Securing servers is critical because cybercriminals target these servers first. This is where the most sensitive data is stored. It is… Continue reading How to secure your web server?