EU proposes new measures to protect against cyberattacks
The European Union is seeking to help Member States prevent and respond to cyberattacks more effectively. Its new package of…
Can a major cyberattack cause as much economic damage as a hurricane?
A major cyberattack can cost just as much as a natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy, which struck in 2012. Damage which runs into the billions of dollars. That’s according to a study carried out by the British insurance market Lloyd’s, in conjunction with Cyence, a specialist in modeling the financial impact of cyber risk. As the cyber threat grows, so…
Cybersecurity: how healthy are our hospitals?
Digital transformation is revolutionizing every sector and every organization, both public and private. And healthcare facilities are no exception. Across hospitals today, connected devices are everywhere to be found, while more and more confidential patient information is being digitized. Though rapid technological developments are certainly increasing the quality of healthcare, this is accompanied by a huge growth in the threats…
Cyber attacks : an enormous threat for all companies
All companies, large and small, are affected by computer attacks. And all the experts agree: the situation is not going to improve. The last two global cyber attacks (WannaCry and NotPetya) are the perfect example. A cyber attack can have serious consequences for the continuation of a company's activities.
Global cyberattack: WannaCry ransomware strikes 200,000 computers around the world
A global attack. On an unprecedented scale. 200,000 victims. 150 countries hit. Paralyzing countless businesses and organizations. The WannaCry ransomware has been hitting headlines around the world since May 12, 2017. The cyberattack highlighted just how vulnerable IT systems are, and is a prime opportunity to remind ourselves of just how important it is to back up and protect our…
Infographics – Online backup, don’t wait until it’s too late
A company’s data is essential for its proper functioning and critical for its activity. Online, automatic and externalised backups remain the only way to ensure an immediate and complete restoration of data and, in addition to security and total privacy, to ensure the rapid recovery of the activity in case of a crash.