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Cybersprint Digital Risk Protection Platform

The Cybersprint Platform

We’ve developed a unique Digital Risk Protection SaaS-platform that works 24/7 as an automated ethical hacker, continuously in search of online vulnerabilities. Read more

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Are you ready for Digital Risk Protection? 5 Key Questions to Ask

Within most organisations, digital security infrastructure grows organically, and it’s easy to lose clarity over exactly what capabilities are in place. So, although Digital Risk Protection (DRP) solutions are an increasingly important weapon in the fight against digital threats, it’s important to know what you need before you pull the trigger on an investment. Here are the questions we believe CISOs should be asking in the decision-making process.

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Invisible = undefendable: Why visibility is key to lowering cyber-risk

Trying to identify sources of digital risk for your organisation can feel like searching for a black cat in a dark room. And even if you have a torch, you need to be shining it in the right direction to spot the cat. And of course, it might not be sitting still…. But imagine you can simply turn on all the lights in the room – and when you do, you can see there are several black cats, as well as dozens of mice, spiders (and who knows what else) that you had no idea were there.

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Deep, dark and scary: The value of monitoring the web you can’t see

Most people aren’t aware of the difference between the surface web, deep web and dark web. In fact, most people aren’t even aware that the dark web in particular even exists. And yet, it’s below the surface that many of the biggest threats to personal and organisational data originate. This is why having a corporate digital risk protection strategy in place that counters threats which aren’t visible on the surface is so important.

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The Rise of Automated Hacking

There is a shift in the way cyber criminals are targeting organisations. The methods of mass phishing and hacking are making way for more directed and personalised attacks. They carefully select their targets and craft convincing messages. However, that takes much more time and preparation. To make up for that, they now use automated techniques to carry out attacks. How can you protect your organisation from this emerging threat? 

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Phishing in de zorgsector

In december is het, naast de gezellige tijd van lichtjes, Mariah Carey en cadeautjes, ook de tijd om de zorgverzekering weer onder de loep te nemen. Op televisie, radio en in print bieden de verzekeraars en vergelijkers de ene na de andere deal om mensen te laten overstappen of hun zorgverzekeringspakketten aan te passen. Dit is geen slechte ontwikkeling. Jaarlijks kunnen bepalen aan welke dekking je behoefte hebt leidt tot een beter toegesneden zorgverzekering. Maar we moeten wel goed op blijven letten tijdens het afsluiten. Photo Credit goes to Marco Verch. This photo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License

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80% of vacationers use ‘unsafe’ public WiFi

Nederland gaat massaal op vakantie deze zomer en neemt daarbij mobiele telefoons, tablets of zelfs laptops mee. Daarmee wordt veelvuldig gebruik gemaakt van openbare WiFi-netwerken in hotel, café, vakantiepark of op het vliegveld. Het Haagse cyber security bedrijf Cybersprint heeft onderzocht dat 80% van de Nederlandse vakantiegangers gebruik maakt van openbare WiFi-netwerken, zonder bekend te zijn met de digitale gevaren.

2 August 2018 – The Netherlands is going on holiday en masse this summer and will take mobile phones, tablets or even laptops with them. The devices make frequent use of public WiFi networks in hotels, cafes, holiday parks and airports. Cyber security company Cybersprint in The Hague has investigated that 80% of Dutch vacationers use public these public WiFi networks, without being aware of the digital dangers. Read more in Dutch:

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Adjust your webpage to HTTPS before 23 July 2018!

After the enormous efforts of organisations to comply with the new privacy legislation (GDPR) before 25 May, a new challenge will follow in this privacy area. As of 23 July 2018, websites with a secure connection must be reachable (HTTPS) in order to be certified ‘safe’ in Google Chrome. Many websites of larger organisations are already equipped with HTTPS, but for many smaller organisations and SME’s this is a new task on the road to a secure online environment. Cybersprint is happy to provide practical tips for the security of your website, including the installation of HTTPS.

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