• Tips to Make Your Ecommerce Website More Secure

    Today, we are going to discuss the security of an e-commerce site and offer some tips to help them more secure. Most site owners, especially e-commerce, are highly sensitive to the security requirements of their websites. In fact, we think it would be safe to say that the security of an e-commerce platform holds more importance than any other aspect of the site. Don’t believe us? According to various studies, here are some statistics that are bound to get you thinking:

    • Hackers attack once every 39 seconds or around 2244 times a day!
    • More than 90% of breached records
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  • SES Water turns on IoT tap to reduce leaks

    Following a pilot project with SES Water in 2019, Vodafone has inked a 10-year deal with the utility company which it says will “revolutionise” how water leaks are detected and prevented.

    SES Water supplies water to about 730,000 people in east Surrey and parts of West Sussex, west Kent and south London. Its supply area is 835km2, extending from Morden and South Croydon in the north to Gatwick Airport in the south and from Cobham, Leatherhead and Dorking in the west to Edenbridge and Bough Beech in the east. Groundwater supplies provide 85% of its water, with 15%

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  • Honda investigates suspected Snake ransomware attack

    Production and sales of Honda cars, motorcycles and other products has been suspended at sites around the world while the Japanese automaker attempts to recover its systems following a suspected ransomware attack that compromised access to its IT systems.

    The firm confirmed that production at its factories across the world had been halted, while at its UK plant in Swindon, where it manufactures its Civic model, a planned reopening after the facility was shut down due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has been pushed back to later this week.

    “Honda can confirm that a cyber attack has taken place on

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  • NAS file storage on AWS, Azure and GCP

    Despite the many and rapid changes in storage in recent years, such as the advent of flash and the move to cloud storage, there are still some fundamentals in place. Among these are the basics of how data is accessed, whether by file, block or object.

    Object storage has been a rising star among these. It forms the basis of much of the basic storage provision offered by public cloud services. In the case of Amazon Web Services S3, it has even become something of a de facto standard that is in use more widely than just the

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