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Kirsty Trainer

8 Critical Steps to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Infection

malware, Hack, ransomware

,23/05/17 10:48

The WannaCry ransomware infestation is a wake-up call for all entities connected to public networks, such as the internet, to recognise cyber security is a necessity and not a nice-to-have. This extensive ransomware attack is non-targeted and global, so any computer system that’s accessible and lacking recent Microsoft patches will be completely vulnerable and could be infected right now.

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Mike Hinton

Foregenix announce new partnership with Juno Web Design

web security

,16/05/17 17:24

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Nottinghamshire based agency ‘Juno’.

With the rapidly increasing threat to eCommerce businesses, our partnership with Juno will provide security monitoring and protection to Juno clients against criminal/hacker attacks.  

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Kirsty Trainer

Foregenix choose Australia as launch pad for Asia Pacific expansion

,05/05/17 09:42

Foregenix are setting-up a new base in Australia, targetting the Asia Pacific region for growth.

The new office in Sydney will open in May and be headed by Raymond Simpson, who will lead the consulting team across the Asia Pacific region.

Foregenix’s new Regional Director for the APAC Region brings over 15 years’ information security experience, including specialist knowledge of security and regulatory requirements across the APAC region. Simpson’s sector experience spans retail, hospitality, aviation, banking and telecoms and the payment card industries. 

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Kirsty Trainer

New survey shows 78% of eCommerce websites at risk

  • 47,000 out of 60,000 websites missing critical security patches
  • Over 3,000 are already hacked and losing customer data now

External security scans performed on 60,000 Magento websites show that 78% are missing critical security patches, while 5% are confirmed to have payment card data harvesting malware stealing their customer details. 

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Mike Hinton

New JavaScript Malware Targeting Stripe.js on Magento Websites - Ajax Harvester

web security, Magento, malware, JavaScript

,04/04/17 07:53

The Foregenix DFIR team has discovered what is believed to be a unreported piece of malware which has recently been used to target insecure eCommerce websites processing through Stripe, running on the Magento framework.

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Kirsty Trainer

8 Critical Steps to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Infection

malware, Hack, ransomware

,23/05/17 10:48

The WannaCry ransomware infestation is a wake-up call for all entities connected to public networks, such as the internet, to recognise cyber security is a necessity and not a nice-to-have. This extensive ransomware attack is non-targeted and global, so any computer system that’s accessible and lacking recent Microsoft patches will be completely vulnerable and could be infected right now.

Read More
Mike Hinton

Foregenix announce new partnership with Juno Web Design

web security

,16/05/17 17:24

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Nottinghamshire based agency ‘Juno’.

With the rapidly increasing threat to eCommerce businesses, our partnership with Juno will provide security monitoring and protection to Juno clients against criminal/hacker attacks.  

Read More
Kirsty Trainer

Foregenix choose Australia as launch pad for Asia Pacific expansion

,05/05/17 09:42

Foregenix are setting-up a new base in Australia, targetting the Asia Pacific region for growth.

The new office in Sydney will open in May and be headed by Raymond Simpson, who will lead the consulting team across the Asia Pacific region.

Foregenix’s new Regional Director for the APAC Region brings over 15 years’ information security experience, including specialist knowledge of security and regulatory requirements across the APAC region. Simpson’s sector experience spans retail, hospitality, aviation, banking and telecoms and the payment card industries. 

Read More
Kirsty Trainer

New survey shows 78% of eCommerce websites at risk

  • 47,000 out of 60,000 websites missing critical security patches
  • Over 3,000 are already hacked and losing customer data now

External security scans performed on 60,000 Magento websites show that 78% are missing critical security patches, while 5% are confirmed to have payment card data harvesting malware stealing their customer details. 

Read More
Mike Hinton

New JavaScript Malware Targeting Stripe.js on Magento Websites - Ajax Harvester

web security, Magento, malware, JavaScript

,04/04/17 07:53

The Foregenix DFIR team has discovered what is believed to be a unreported piece of malware which has recently been used to target insecure eCommerce websites processing through Stripe, running on the Magento framework.

Read More

Cyber Security Insights

Kirsty Trainer
23/05/17 10:48

8 Critical Steps to Reduce the Risk of Ransomware Infection

The WannaCry ransomware infestation is a wake-up call for all entities connected to public networks, such as the internet, to recognise ...

Read More

Mike Hinton
16/05/17 17:24

Foregenix announce new partnership with Juno Web Design

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Nottinghamshire based agency ‘Juno’. With the rapidly increasing threat to ...

Read More

Kirsty Trainer
05/05/17 09:42

Foregenix choose Australia as launch pad for Asia Pacific expansion

Foregenix are setting-up a new base in Australia, targetting the Asia Pacific region for growth. The new office in Sydney will open in May and be ...

Read More

Kirsty Trainer
11/04/17 12:03

New survey shows 78% of eCommerce websites at risk

47,000 out of 60,000 websites missing critical security patches Over 3,000 are already hacked and losing customer data now External security scans ...

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Mike Hinton
04/04/17 07:53

New JavaScript Malware Targeting Stripe.js on Magento Websites - Ajax Harvester

The Foregenix DFIR team has discovered what is believed to be a unreported piece of malware which has recently been used to target insecure ...

Read More