Cybersecurity Insights

Benjamin Hosack

Magento Websites - Have You Patched SUPEE-8788 Yet?

04/11/16 14:28

Last month Magento released SUPEE-8788 to fix a number of security issues – you can read about SUPEE-8788 in detail here.  A LOT of websites have not yet patched and are at risk of being hacked.

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Andrew McKenna

Encryption 101 - How it works. (Part 1)

21/10/16 10:17

Written by Andrew McKenna, PCI, PA, P2PE-QSA at Foregenix

When it comes to talking about encryption, it’s important to ensure we’re speaking about the same thing – and to clarify and simplify some of the different implementations we see. Sometimes these are implemented for security and best practice, while other times they are implemented to tick a box. It's important to know the difference between encryption mechanisms, know when to use what and be able to identify and judge the security of particular implementations. This is the first of 2 or more posts.

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Benjamin Hosack

Your website may have been hacked - what next?

08/10/16 14:49

You suspect your website may have been hacked and your priority is to get your online business back up and running as soon as possible.  With a worldclass team of cybersecurity specialists, we can certainly help you to regain control of your website and secure your client data.

BUT, before you jump into fixing mode, here are a couple of critical steps you need to take to ensure you can handle any enquiries from law enforcement agencies, Visa, Mastercard, Amex and others if it turns out that payment card data has been stolen.

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Benjamin Hosack

WebScan Website Security Results: 12% HACKED, 53% AT RISK

31/08/16 09:01

12% of websites that have externally scanned themselves with WebScan had confirmed malicious code stealing their customer payment card data off their website.

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Minaxi Parmar

Alert: Magento "Cloud Harvester" Malware Targeting Insecure Websites

04/08/16 09:00

Magento websites are under attack from a new credit card harvesting technique designed to evade detection while harvesting payment card data from major payment processor iframes - a new malware called Magento Cloud Harvester.

Read More
Benjamin Hosack

Magento Websites - Have You Patched SUPEE-8788 Yet?

04/11/16 14:28

Last month Magento released SUPEE-8788 to fix a number of security issues – you can read about SUPEE-8788 in detail here.  A LOT of websites have not yet patched and are at risk of being hacked.

Read More
Andrew McKenna

Encryption 101 - How it works. (Part 1)

21/10/16 10:17

Written by Andrew McKenna, PCI, PA, P2PE-QSA at Foregenix

When it comes to talking about encryption, it’s important to ensure we’re speaking about the same thing – and to clarify and simplify some of the different implementations we see. Sometimes these are implemented for security and best practice, while other times they are implemented to tick a box. It's important to know the difference between encryption mechanisms, know when to use what and be able to identify and judge the security of particular implementations. This is the first of 2 or more posts.

Read More
Benjamin Hosack

Your website may have been hacked - what next?

08/10/16 14:49

You suspect your website may have been hacked and your priority is to get your online business back up and running as soon as possible.  With a worldclass team of cybersecurity specialists, we can certainly help you to regain control of your website and secure your client data.

BUT, before you jump into fixing mode, here are a couple of critical steps you need to take to ensure you can handle any enquiries from law enforcement agencies, Visa, Mastercard, Amex and others if it turns out that payment card data has been stolen.

Read More
Benjamin Hosack

WebScan Website Security Results: 12% HACKED, 53% AT RISK

31/08/16 09:01

12% of websites that have externally scanned themselves with WebScan had confirmed malicious code stealing their customer payment card data off their website.

Read More
Minaxi Parmar

Alert: Magento "Cloud Harvester" Malware Targeting Insecure Websites

04/08/16 09:00

Magento websites are under attack from a new credit card harvesting technique designed to evade detection while harvesting payment card data from major payment processor iframes - a new malware called Magento Cloud Harvester.

Read More