“Cybersecurity is much more than a matter of IT.” – Stephane Nappo
Here’s last week’s recap of #100securedays:
Day 42: SQL injection is a traditional method where a hacker executes the malicious SQL statements to take over the website. This is considered a high severity vulnerability so protect your application with a SQL injection scanner.
Day 43: Treat it like a health check-up. Don’t go with the assumption that it’s expensive or ‘we can worry about that later’. A breach can impact your business and might even cause it to shut down. Remember, a small gap is all a hacker needs, don’t give them that.
Day 44: As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure. You never know who might be watching.
Day 45: This can be annoying for most of us but this is the best practice. A hacker can try all sorts of credentials to enter the system but if there is a limit, the system gets locked. If you don’t have this set up speak to your IT department.
We also added security tips while you travel this summer on your holidays. You can find that here.
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