Latest news from CybelAngel
The physical risks of Connected Storage
Apr 30, 2018
The convergence between physical and digital security is a trend that the InfoSec community has been aware of for quite some time now, and with the rise of the Internet of Things, the line between physical and digital risks has never been more blurred. We know that if a driverless car were hacked, the risks would include theft, hijack, injury or even death. If the remote connection of a power plant were taken over, threat actors could unleash a deliberate outage, or even a nuclear meltdown. In all of these examples, the risks have physical implications.
Negligence: cybersecurity’s elephant in the room
Apr 10, 2018
The cybersecurity industry has historically focused on perimeter defence, developing expertise in criminal activity on the darkweb, recruiting ex-military personnel trained in government security networks, and building up protection against malware.
Connected Storage: the forgotten threat of IoT
Apr 05, 2018
When we talk about the security risks of IoT, we think of smart devices, driverless cars and PLCs. We don’t often think about Connected Storage - in fact many people are not even familiar with the term.
#AntiBackupDay: let’s rise up against the automatic backup
Mar 29, 2018
March 31 is World Backup Day, which is designed to raise awareness about backups and data-preservation.
#WomenInCyber: Constance Mougenot, Cyber Risk Analyst
Mar 12, 2018
#WomenInCyber is a series where we speak to some of the women who are instrumental to the success of CybelAngel. Today we are talking to Constance Mougenot, Cyber Risk Analyst.
#WomenInCyber: Marion Frécaut, Product Manager
Mar 09, 2018
#WomenInCyber is a series where we speak to some of the women who are instrumental to the success of CybelAngel. Today we are talking to Marion Frécaut, Product Manager.
#WomenInCyber: Mélanie Manguin, Data Scientist
Mar 08, 2018
#WomenInCyber is a series where we speak to some of the women who are instrumental to the success of CybelAngel. Today we are talking to Mélanie Manguin, Data Scientist.
#WomenInCyber: Apolline Aigueperse, Head of Cyber
Mar 07, 2018
#WomenInCyber is a series where we speak to some of the women who are instrumental to the success of CybelAngel. Today we are talking to Apolline Aigueperse, Head of Cyber.
#WomenInCyber: The women of CybelAngel
Mar 07, 2018
To celebrate International Women’s Day we are talking to some of the women who are instrumental to the success of CybelAngel. The four women come from a range of backgrounds, from data science, to cyber analysis, through to Product Management. We are talking frankly about what it is like to be a woman in cybersecurity, an industry which can be dominated by men: how it can be challenging; how it can be awesome; and what we can do to encourage more women to enter the field.
CybelAngel awarded Rothschild & Co 2018 Startup Award
Feb 09, 2018
French cyber security startup CybelAngel has been awarded the Rothschild & Co 2018 Startup Award, as part of the Rothschild & Co Tech Night held in Paris.
The financial sector in the digital era: a gold mine for cyber-thieves
May 16, 2017
In April 2017, the Russian cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab identified a criminal hacker group operating under the names BlueNoroff and Lazarus. Probably hailing from North Korea, this group targets public and private financial institutions around the world – from Costa Rica to Thailand, India, Gabon and Poland.
How airports manage traffic and security thanks to Big Data
May 03, 2017
Dematerialised data will play a key role in the future of airports. Airports are hubs for both people and information and, as such, process large amounts of data. Handling aircraft from multiple countries, hundreds of thousands of passengers and luggage of all sorts, airports manage information from a multitude of sources.
Why you should never use the same password for different accounts
Apr 06, 2017
An estimated 25% of all Internet users choose weak passwords that are easy to remember. Around 60% use the same password for several or all of their accounts.(1) These dangerous habits are due to the growing number of websites requiring online authentication.
A major cyberattack targets the Polish banking industry
Feb 23, 2017
On 3 February 2017, the Polish news website Zaufana Trzecia Strona reported that Poland’s banking industry had been hit by what is considered its most serious security incident to date: a cyberattack on 20 of the country’s banking institutions, resulting in the loss of large amounts of data.
Top 10 passwords linked to love
Feb 14, 2017
Valentine’s Day is all about love – and Internet users are a romantic bunch. CybelAngel has come up with a list of the ten most popular love-themed passwords, based on millions of leaked credentials on the web.
CybelAngel defeats 1,700 startups to win the Slush Pitching Competition
Dec 02, 2016
CybelAngel represented La French Tech at Slush, one of Europe’s leading tech events along with the Web Summit in Lisbon. In Helsinki, CybelAngel defeated 99 other startups to win the Slush 100 Pitching Competition.
A French researcher demonstrates homographic phishing
Sep 01, 2016
Despite the widespread notoriety of the processes used in phishing campaigns, they continue to claim victims. In general, acts of fraud can be detected by paying close attention to the URL.
Infographic: What if your email account was hacked?
Aug 24, 2016
You may have had your email hacked without even measuring the consequences. Today, hackers can make use of your personal data by only exploiting your email account. How should you react in case of emergency? How to protect yourself and to prevent effectively these attacks?
Infographic: How long will your password resist to hackers?
Jun 23, 2016
Choosing a strong password is not evident for everyone, judging by recent hacking of Marc Zuckerberg’s Twitter account. However, it can prevent you from getting your Facebook account hacked, your bank details sold or your identity stolen.