Website & Hosting - Website Security

SSL certificate a must for your SME's website security in 2018

by Daniel

Think your SME doesn't need an SSL certificate? Think again. A recent slew of Chrome updates, not to mention the GDPR, means SMEs in 2018 must be more vigilant than ever with ensuring website security. SMEs without an SSL certificate are not only compromising their customers; they're putting their business at risk. Seriously.

Symantec SSL certificates distrusted by Google Chrome 66

by Daniel

Owners of Symantec SSL certificates (as well as those of its subsidiaries) should replace their certificates as soon as possible. From April 17th, Google Chrome 66 is issuing a big scary red warning to users that your site is distrusted. EuroDNS customers? No worries! You're good to go with our trusted GlobalSign SSL certificates!

Avoiding Chrome 68 security warning with an SSL certificate

by Daniel

Your site's running without an SSL certificate? Beware. Google’s Chrome 68 is now slapping a “not secure” warning on all non-encrypted HTTP websites so visitors understand lack of HTTPS encryption poses a security risk. With Chrome 68’s arrival, you can't afford to not have an SSL certificate.

E-commerce security tips for a safer holiday shopping season

by Daniel

The holiday season is here which means it's show time for online retailers. You’ve likely spent the past several months preparing for this crucial period: planning promos, campaigns, ad channels. But have you taken all necessary steps to provide e-commerce security that keeps customers safe from hackers? Better double check!

How to mitigate the risk of cyber attack in 5 quick steps

by Daniel

Identifying cyber attacks and mitigating their risks is simply a fact of life now. And while there are no silver bullets to fend off an attack, there are certain steps you can – and should – take to make sure an attack’s outcome isn’t catastrophic. Anticipating risks today will only help protect your online identity in the future.

Public wifi security: less trustworthy than a public toilet seat?

by Daniel

Most of us see using public toilets as something of a risky venture, but we appreciate their convenience all the same. That said, did you know there's another daily convenience even more questionable than a gas station restroom? Try free public WiFi networks and the questionable security they offer users.

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