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08
May 2018
Source de l'article : http://globbsecurity.fr

Les cinq nouvelles cyberattaques les plus dangereuses


By Globb Security France on avril 24, 2018 Cybercriminalité

Des experts du SANS ont présenté les cinq nouvelles techniques de cyberattaque les plus dangereuses lors de leur intervention à la conférence RSA à San Francisco, et ont échangé leurs opinions sur le mode de fonctionnement de ces techniques, les possibilités de les contrer, ou du moins de les ralentir, ainsi que sur les opportunités pour les entreprises et les utilisateurs de s’y préparer.

Les-voici:

1/ Piratage de données stockées dans le Cloud

Ed Skoudis, expert en « exploits » informatiques au SANS Institute : « Aujourd’hui, la conception des logiciels est très différente de ce qu’elle était il y a 10 ou même seulement 5 ans de cela, avec de gigantesques référentiels de code en ligne dans une optique de collaboration et le stockage de données dans le Cloud hébergeant des applications stratégiques. Les pirates ciblent de plus en plus ce type de référentiels et d’infrastructures de stockage dans le Cloud, en qu

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17
April 2018
Source de l'article : www.ultimedia.com

Les fraudeurs gagnent en efficacité, selon une étude Euler Hermes et DFCG

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18
January 2018
Source de l'article : ZDNet

Carphone Warehouse fined £400,000 over 2015 data breach

The successful cyberattack exposed information belonging to millions of UK customers.

Carphone Warehouse has been slapped with a £400,000 fine for a data breach which led to the theft of information belonging to millions of customers.

In 2015, Carphone Warehouse said that a data breach had led to the theft and exposure of sensitive, personal information belonging to up to 2.4 million customers.

However, an investigation revealed that .....

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21
December 2017
Source de l'article : FINEXTRA

Firms still struggling with PCI DSS compliance


01 September 2017

Despite the wave of costly data breaches over the last few years, nearly half of global firms that accept plastic are still failing to meet Payment Cards Industry (PCI) security standards, according to a report from Verizon.
While overall PCI compliance has increased amongst global businesses, just 55.4% of organisations assessed by Verizon passed their interim assessment in 2016, compared to 48.4% in 2015.

This means that nearly half of retailers, restaurants, hotels and other business that take card payments are still failing to maintain compliance from year to year.

And of all payment card data breaches Verizon investigated, no organisation was fully compliant at the time of breach, and showed ...

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18
December 2017

Global card payments set to rise by more than half to 500bn by 2022

By Alex Rolfe on December 15, 2017 Daily News, E-Commerce, Issuing & Acquiring, POS Terminals

The total number of card payments worldwide increased by 14% to 310 billion in 2016, notably higher than the 8% increase in card numbers, according to Global Payment Cards Data and Forecasts to 2022. In all regions, consumers are increasingly choosing cards to make purchases.

The report found that while growth in the number of card payments outpaced growth in the number of cards in virtually all markets, local factors were key in boosting specific fast-growing markets. A well-publicised demonetisation exercise in India contributed to a rapid rise in card usage, while high inflation and wider card acceptance have led to the increasing use ...

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