What is a cyberattack? Defined as simply as possible, a cyberattack is any attempt by hackers to damage or destroy a computer network or system.
A cyberattack can come in multiple forms: a virus, a worm, a Trojan horse, phishing, ransomware. It can approach from the ... Read More | Share it now!
Well, it took a while, but you found a website designer and budget that worked for you, you got your content down and your pages up, your foundational SEO and security measures are in place, and you’re starting to see those clicks come in. Huge sigh of relief. Your ... Read More | Share it now!
Some questions are simple to answer, some not so much. This one? Couldn’t be easier: Yes! Yes, you need to do monthly security updates to your website.
Why? Well, because, in today’s highly technological world, everyone and everything is on the web, which in turn ... Read More | Share it now!
Formally, SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer.” But these days, it means much more than that. These days, if your website isn’t using SSL, your potential customers can easily be scared away, simply closing the window before even encountering your content. Here’s ... Read More | Share it now!
In May of last year, we wrote an article about an important upcoming change to how Google Chrome would soon be displaying the URLs of websites that do not have SSL encryption. Last year, we wrote:
SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer,” and an SSL certificate provides ... Read More | Share it now!