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Ewan Gardner

Anatomy Of A Magento Attack: Froghopper

 

Magento is the most popular eCommerce web application in the world, with an estimated 236,000 live web sites using the Content Management System (CMS) technology[1]. Available in both paid-for “enterprise” versions and free “community” versions, it powers some of the world's most popular websites including Huawai[2], Land Rover[3] and Helly Hansen[4]. However, common eCommerce platforms make popular targets for hackers and thieves looking to steal payment card information. Like any web application, attackers will always look to exploit vulnerabilities in the underlying code before researchers can identify them and developers can fix them, but even an up-to-date and fully patched system can be left vulnerable if it is not configured properly or merchants do not follow information security best practice.

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Richard Jones

Premier League Club Shows Commitment To GDPR

We're happy to annound that Premier League football club West Ham United has partnered Foregenix to prepare for the upcoming GDPR’s new data privacy rules. The GDPR will officially replace the Data Protection Act as of May 2018, and penalties for non-compliance are up to 4 per cent of annual global turnover or up to €20million, whichever is greater.

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Mike Hinton

Foregenix Partner with Magento Solutions Partner, PushON

 

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Zacharias Pigadas

How Your Cyber Security Efforts Can Turn Into Security Nightmares

A short (and fairly common) story of how quick and dirty initiatives to deal with security weaknesses can actually land you an ordeal of problems and eventually get your systems compromised.

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Duncan Slater

Foregenix Review of the Office for National Statistics Crime Survey

Cybersecurity, fraud

,21/07/17 10:15

Today [July 20th 2017] the Office for National Statistics in the UK released their annual Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), for the twelve month period March 2016 through to March 2017. Once again, Cyber crime (defined by the CSEW as cases where the internet or any type of online activity was related to any aspect of the offence) featured prominently in the report. 

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Ewan Gardner

Anatomy Of A Magento Attack: Froghopper

 

Magento is the most popular eCommerce web application in the world, with an estimated 236,000 live web sites using the Content Management System (CMS) technology[1]. Available in both paid-for “enterprise” versions and free “community” versions, it powers some of the world's most popular websites including Huawai[2], Land Rover[3] and Helly Hansen[4]. However, common eCommerce platforms make popular targets for hackers and thieves looking to steal payment card information. Like any web application, attackers will always look to exploit vulnerabilities in the underlying code before researchers can identify them and developers can fix them, but even an up-to-date and fully patched system can be left vulnerable if it is not configured properly or merchants do not follow information security best practice.

Read More
Richard Jones

Premier League Club Shows Commitment To GDPR

We're happy to annound that Premier League football club West Ham United has partnered Foregenix to prepare for the upcoming GDPR’s new data privacy rules. The GDPR will officially replace the Data Protection Act as of May 2018, and penalties for non-compliance are up to 4 per cent of annual global turnover or up to €20million, whichever is greater.

Read More
Mike Hinton

Foregenix Partner with Magento Solutions Partner, PushON

 

Read More
Zacharias Pigadas

How Your Cyber Security Efforts Can Turn Into Security Nightmares

A short (and fairly common) story of how quick and dirty initiatives to deal with security weaknesses can actually land you an ordeal of problems and eventually get your systems compromised.

Read More
Duncan Slater

Foregenix Review of the Office for National Statistics Crime Survey

Cybersecurity, fraud

,21/07/17 10:15

Today [July 20th 2017] the Office for National Statistics in the UK released their annual Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), for the twelve month period March 2016 through to March 2017. Once again, Cyber crime (defined by the CSEW as cases where the internet or any type of online activity was related to any aspect of the offence) featured prominently in the report. 

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Cyber Security Insights

Ewan Gardner
07/08/17 14:51

Anatomy Of A Magento Attack: Froghopper

  Magento is the most popular eCommerce web application in the world, with an estimated 236,000 live web sites using the Content Management System ...

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Richard Jones
03/08/17 10:54

Premier League Club Shows Commitment To GDPR

We're happy to annound that Premier League football club West Ham United has partnered Foregenix to prepare for the upcoming GDPR’s new data privacy ...

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Mike Hinton
02/08/17 11:09

Foregenix Partner with Magento Solutions Partner, PushON

  We’re extremely happy to announce our newly formed partnership with Manchester based agency PushON. Over the past few months both parties have ...

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Zacharias Pigadas
27/07/17 10:09

How Your Cyber Security Efforts Can Turn Into Security Nightmares

A short (and fairly common) story of how quick and dirty initiatives to deal with security weaknesses can actually land you an ordeal of problems and ...

Read More

Duncan Slater
21/07/17 10:15

Foregenix Review of the Office for National Statistics Crime Survey

Today [July 20th 2017] the Office for National Statistics in the UK released their annual Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), for the twelve ...

Read More