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19
Dec

Google Chrome to label some sites “not secure” from January 2017

Google announced Chrome will begin labelling HTTP connections that feature passwords or credit card forms as non-secure. But what could that mean for you?

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04
May

Happy Star Wars Day!

 

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12
Sep

Russian Hackers Release 5 Million Gmail Usernames and Passwords Online

Russian Hackers have 5 Million Gmail Usernames and Passwords Online for all to see.

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23
May

An insight in to Website security – Interview with a Hacker (Blackhat)

Ever wondered why hackers do what they do?
This Interview with a website hacker gives a startling insight…

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24
Sep

10 Steps to a Secure WordPress Website

Having your website hacked, can be costly not only in terms of the time to secure and clean it, but in terms of lost business and credibility.
This great little article gives some advice on how you can do your bit to keep hackers from damaging your business.

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21
Jun

The new EU Website Cookie Law – Is your website legal?

On the 26th May 2011 the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) passed a law that in the UK all websites who use cookies need to allow their user’s to Opt-Out.
So is your website legal?

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02
Jun

New UK law on use of website Cookies deferred for one year

UK websites are being given one year to comply with EU cookie laws, the Information Commissioner’s Office has said.

The regulations were commonly complied with by the inclusion of relevant wording in a website’s Privacy Policy, however this is no longer to be the case.

So, how might these changes in the law affect your website?

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04
Jan

Want to find out how secure your website is?

Want to find out how secure your website is?

Why not find out and do a spot of networking while you’re at it?

The event is at The Black Lion Inn, 198 Fishpool Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4SB
Wednesday 5th January 2011 at 12:00pm

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05
May

If you take payment online, are you at risk of fraud and liability? PCI DSS explained.

PCI DSS is a set of rules created intention of protecting credit and debit card data. If your online shop isn’t compliant, you could be expecting a heavy fine and full liability if credit card details are stolen from your website!

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22
Jul

Computer security tips

The openness of the Internet has dramatically transformed global communications, making it possible for people around the world to easily exchange information. But the very same openness also creates an enormous problem. Anyone can access the network, yet not everyone has good intentions. Some engage in malicious mischief by unleashing destructive software programs, while others […]

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