60% of hacked SMBs are forced to go out of business

60% of hacked SMBs are forced to go out of business

Small to medium businesses are increasingly becoming targets for hackers, and it is driving many of them out of business. According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, one in five small businesses falls victim to cybercrime each year. And of those, some 60...

eCommerce: Secure your customer purchases

eCommerce: Secure your customer purchases

Shopping cart abandonment is one of the biggest challenges an online retailer will face, and overcoming it is largely a question of improving the online shopping experience. Internet shoppers ultimately seek maximum convenience and utmost security, so ensuring your...

42 million of data stolen from eCommerce sites, what happened?

42 million of data stolen from eCommerce sites, what happened?

Battlefy, AllWomensTalk, Safetune and Milq have been hacked, not a real surprise will you tell me… Unfortunately, 42 million emails, account names, and hashed passwords  have been released on the internet in a text file. Discover in this article more information on...

No sensitive data, no risks?

No sensitive data, no risks?

We often think that because we had no sensitive information on our website such as credit card data, hackers would have no reason to try to gain access to our website. Of course, the theft of credit card data is a concern for website owners but it is hardly the only...

From RansomWare to RansomWeb, what has changed for eCommerce sites?

From RansomWare to RansomWeb, what has changed for eCommerce sites?

More and more people become victims of ransomware, a malware that encrypts your data and demands money to decrypt them. The bad news is that cybercriminals are going after websites and eCommerce as well by changing the encryption keys needed to keep a website running....

Free HTTPS for eCommerce sites, is that true?

Free HTTPS for eCommerce sites, is that true?

The use of SSL/TLS certificates is especially relevant when you have to secure an eCommerce website. However, it made little financial sense for small websites with low readership to buy a certificate. Some companies such as StartCom are offering free certificates,...