Posts tagged security
Open source software frequently advances more quickly, addressing growing needs in an ever-changing industry. But online storeowners quickly realize the additional, substantial benefits of working with a more closed package.
Twitter announced suspension of two popular applications that violated the company’s policies. But they pull more than 100 apps each day. Is your reputation, or even worse, account info, at risk?
Passwords are meant to protect everything about us, our customers and the business as a whole. If you don’t care enough to protect customer data, why should customers care enough about your company to pull out their wallets?
For the sake of safety and security, here’s some DOs and DON’Ts to keep in mind when it comes to password creation and storage.
If you missed step one of securing your network, you just may fall victim to a hack that’s getting released into the wild next week. Seismic’s Craig Heffner says he’s got a way to hack into millions of routers and he’s going to share it with the masses during the Black Hat 2010 conference July 28-29, 2010.
Now that it’s a requirement, online store owners are finally starting to get the term PA-DSS drilled into their heads. I’ve spoken about this for some time, but it seems far too few merchant account providers took time to notify companies early and often. Some companies are already being charged monthly fees for not following the global security standard.
Cloud computing is all the rage these days. The storing of contacts, tasks and meeting dates is taking many by storm, especially in the mobile world. But… is it safe?