Graham Cluley, security expert, recently posted about a security issue in every major browser. Learn how you can stay safe and secure.
At least once a year, you should give your website a health check-up to be sure you are leaving your visitors with the right impression. Here is a checklist to help you do that.
In October 2017, Google will be alerting Chrome users that any website using any type of form and not using HTTPS is “not secure.” What steps do you need to take for your website?
The size of your organization doesn’t matter. Don’t think that because you have a small organization, you’re immune to attackers. Though it seems obvious a bank or other financial institution needs tighter security than a blog about shopping, if you are online, you are a target.
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a technology that establishes an encrypted link between the user’s browser and the website he is visiting. Why do you need it?
What is phishing? How can you stay safe? Learn how to identify a phishing scam.
Does an SSL certificate really prove that a website is safe?
NextGen Gallery has a security vulnerability. Learn why it’s important to always keep your WordPress software, themes, and plugins up to date.
Check out what Torque has to say about website security. These are things you need to know if you’re a website owner!
Learn about the Firefox vulnerability and what you can do to fix it.