Internet security is of high importance these days.
Whether it’s Facebook, your gmail account, or online banking – the Internet represents an insecure channel for exchanging information leading to a high risk of intrusion or fraud, such as phishing. Different methods have been used to protect the transfer of data, including encryption.
Check out what the blogosphere is saying this week about internet security:
Why Secure Web Hosting is So Important
If you’re a tech geek, you may have noticed that Google recently made the search results secured. Why is this? What is the point in having secure results for Google? Read the article below to learn why security is such an important factor in running a web business today.
5 Steps To Internet Security And Online Reputation Management
A lot of people want the best internet security but they don’t know how to do it. In this post, you will see the best 5 steps to get started. Are you ready?
40% of U.S. government Web sites fail security test
Approximately 40% of federal government agencies are out of compliance with a regulation that requires them to deploy an extra layer of authentication on their Web sites to prevent hackers from hijacking Web traffic and redirecting it to bogus sites.
Guest Blog: 3 Ways to Improve Web Security
The web is full of opportunities for users to stumble across something malicious, which can lead to downtime, information leakage, and worse. Should you block Internet access for employees? Of course not! Internet usage is one of the best tools you can provide to practically every user in your organization. But if you are going to allow Internet access to your employees, you need to do it smartly, to make sure that it is a benefit, and not a bane to your company. Here are three ways to improve web security at your place of business…
Security Lapses at Small Business: Best Practices for MSPs
The need for companies of all sizes to secure their data is well-established. Just look at the constant stream of news stories about embarrassing high-profile thefts of sensitive data from major companies and even government agencies. These have made even the least tech-savvy members of the public aware of the constant threats lurking in cyberspace.