The holiday season is prone to cyberattacks: better be ready!

Attackers may be right to believe in Santa Claus. One only has to look at the statistics on e-shopping sites and observe the last-minute rush for holiday gifts, with little to no regard for the basic rules of (cyber) security. Hackers will obviously take advantage of the holiday season to slip ransomware, phishing campaigns, fraudulent […]

What are the key challenges of cybersecurity for 2022?

Cybersecurity is not an exact science. That’s why we’ve chosen to talk about challenges rather than trends. The year 2021 was also marked by a pervasive cyber threat. The year 2022 is expected to be just as pervasive. Cybersecurity will remain a priority. Here are the big challenges on the cybersecurity front that seem to […]

The “Grand Défi Cybersecurité” initiative: “SOC in the box 2.0” by TEHTRIS wins

The “Grand Défi Cybersecurité” call for projects, set up by the French government and operated by BPIfrance, aims to support national technological projects of excellence that respond to current digital security issues. Involved in the fight against cybercrime for more than a decade, TEHTRIS presented its “SOC in the box 2.0” project, which won the […]

Among Us: when the game became a mask for ransomware

The primary goal of TEHTRIS is to constantly evolve. Our teams continually monitor the cybersecurity news and developments. In this article, they share one of their analyses that follows the discovery, made in January 2021, of a new ransomware family called CobraLocker, as well as a small open-source tool to recover files encrypted by this […]

Cyber Gangs, the mafias of the future?

When it comes to innovation, cybercriminal gangs are known to be particularly gifted. Some are even close to “genius” as their tools are so elaborate, innovative and ingenious. But these gangs also know how to evolve their tactics, and recently, their organizational structures. Some behave like true multinational companies and, as in all such organizations, […]

What is an Open XDR Platform?

Open XDR scheme, with incoming and outgoing apis

While XDR (eXtended Detection & Response) technology has become the benchmark in the cyber defense arsenal of companies and administrations, the term Open XDR also seems to be the future of these platforms. Marketing promise or revolution in the Cyber ecosystem? Let’s find out what OPEN XDR means, these platforms open to products from multiple […]

The shockingly sorry state of Healthcare and how cyber attackers are making it worse

Hospitals are already stretched thin, caring for a surging population of coronavirus-hit patients. On top of that, healthcare institutions are being pushed over their limits with cyberattacks and digital scams. Among the many damaging attacks being inflicted on hospitals, the worst ones are by far ransomware attacks, which can cause entire hospitals to shut down […]


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Our country and our world are shaken by the current health and economic crisis. In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Cedric O, Secretary of State in charge of Digital Affairs within the French government, has launched a call for mobilisation of digital stakeholders. COVID-19: TEHTRIS EDR PROTECT HOSPITALS WORLWIDE TEHTRIS protects hospitals around the […]

Why IoT could be our greatest cybersecurity risk

The Internet of Things offers us new ways to build potential value and offer it without human intervention. The seeming boon of the IoT is also its greatest risk. With over 26 billion devices projected to form part of the IoT in 2020, we face an urgent risk. The IoT is different from traditional computers […]

2020: The year of unknown cyber threats. Are you cyber-ready?

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Most traditional security systems and products are built to address known threats. When they see and detect something malicious, they block it. Now, to get past these products that block known threats, attackers are forced to innovate and come up with something never seen before. Not a problem. Experts report stumbling upon 300k to 700k […]