Security Matters: Keeping Control of Your Site

Cyber attacks have now become a fact of life, and are now something that each and every one of us has to guard against. It’s no good thinking that criminals will only attack the ‘big boys’ – far from it. In fact, smaller businesses are seen as softer targets with weaker defenses to penetrate.

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In 2016, it’s said that hackers were able to breach half of all small businesses in the US. Worse still, about 60 per cent of small businesses that suffer a cyber security attack are said to go out of business within six months. This is a clear and present danger to the existence of small businesses and cannot, therefore, be ignored.…

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Secure Your Website without Paying a Steep Price

An online presence is increasingly becoming essential for small to medium enterprises. The minimal requirement is to have your brand online, and to update your website regularly. Otherwise, you run the risk of losing to competition, who may be thriving with a more active online presence.

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However, this comes at a cost that many SMBs may not be ready or willing to afford, namely security. Ensuring the security of your business website is absolutely critical, whether you are running an e-commerce business or if you’re simply gathering data from your users in some form. If this data is not gathered and stored securely, you are facing a huge business risk.…

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3 Reasons You Need to Make Sure Your Business Website is Secure

When was the last time you checked to see that your business website was secure? Security is often undervalued by companies when it comes to their sites design. However, it can have serious consequences if your site is hacked into. Regardless of what type of business you run, you need to make sure your site’s visitor details are kept 100% secure.

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So why is your business site’s security so important? Below you’ll find out 3 reasons why it matters.

1. It can seriously damage your reputation

If your customer’s data is breached, it is unlikely they are going to take it very well.…

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