regulations

7 Cyber Regulations Your Business Don’t Prepare For (But Should Be)

The last five years have been monumental for cybersecurity. Between data breaches that have affected the world’s biggest corporations and new laws passed worldwide to ensure better data security, the increased focus on securing data is a welcome one.

However, the number of cybersecurity threats is going. According to a UK-based firm, Hiscox, 50% of surveyed firms experiences an attack, up from 40% over the same period during the past year.

OWASP

10 Tips for Defending Against the OWASP Top 10

Open-source software is a great way to add proven functionality to your application, but it comes with risks in the form of software vulnerabilities. If you are using open-source components (and with all likelihood you are), it is important to keep track of new vulnerabilities as they are discovered, so you can upgrade to the latest, patched-up version of the software. 

One tool you can use to keep track of open-source vulnerabilities is the list provided by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), which was last updated in 2017. The OWASP Top 10 covers the most critical security risks for web applications.

The following tips should help you protect your software against the OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities.

GDPR

Steps to make your website GDPR Compliant

Does your business continuous traffic from European countries? If your answer is yes then you should be fully aware of Europe’s new data privacy law – GDPR. It will definitely affect you if you don’t know it.

In this article, we are going to discuss everything about what GDPR is, how it is going to affect your approaches of data collection and how to make your site GDPR compliant.