A Virtual Private Server, or VPS, provides all the benefits of a full-blown server without the hassles. You get full control of your system without having to manage exotic network settings or worry about physical infrastructure.
But are your VPS systems secure?… Read More
In the United Kingdom alone, hacking and cryptojacking have increased by 1200% in the past year. That’s a markedly huge increase, which represents a big threat to your business.
One way your business can protect itself from these attacks is with two-step verification.… Read More
If you have an E-commerce site, you know the value of protecting your customer’s data. If someone steals your customer’s personal information because of poor security, it could cause your entire business to shut down. Would you shop somewhere online if you didn’t trust their security measures?… Read More
Any company that transfers files across networks uses FTP to some extent. FTP allows users to upload, download, and delete files. You can also create, delete, and read the contents of directories.
There are some problems with using FTP, though. Anybody that knows how to sniff the packets of information you send using FTP can read passwords, commands and file contents in regular text.… Read More
Every day, there’s an out of control war waged online. No, it’s not the political wars you see on Twitter. Instead, it’s an arms race between criminals and those that seek to protect important information.
This war matters. In 2018, companies lost billions of dollars due to data breaches in 2018.… Read More
When you run an e-commerce platform, you need to protect yourself and your customers.
In recent years alone, it wasn’t uncommon for more than a million new cyber threats to be unveiled daily. As you can imagine, being vulnerable to attacks and fraud can make your e-commerce business incredibly vulnerable.… Read More
It seems like every week, a new company suffers from some kind of critical security breach. On average, a cyber attack against your company could set you back by around €20,000.
These attacks are getting more and more sophisticated. As a business owner, you can’t afford to take chances.… Read More
Your virtual private server, or VPS, is humming along with no issues. And it’s been like that for months now.
Or so it seems.
Suddenly, you discover that your server has seemingly crashed out of nowhere. And, of course, you panic.… Read More
The average cost to a business from one cyber attack is over three million Euros. System downtime represents one-quarter of that money. Another quarter is due to IT and end-user productivity loss.
Most businesses don’t even realise they’ve been a victim until at least six months after the attack has taken place.… Read More
While hackers are the most common cause of data breaches, they aren’t the only threat. Did you know preventable accidents are the second-most common cause of site security breaches?
When you build a site, you know you need to choose a web host, a great theme, the right team, and much more.… Read More