These days, virtually everyone has at least one device on which they access some online resources. That makes having strong passwords as vital as remembering to get dressed before leaving for the office. Whether you’re making online purchases with a credit card, checking your email or simply logging into Facebook,… Continue Reading Protect your Privacy with Strong Passwords
Smart devices are becoming more common and more affordable… but do they have the security we need them to have? They’re convenient, they often provide significant savings – but they can also present some very significant risks. Why IoT Security is a Major Issue People are fascinated by gizmos and… Continue Reading Is your Refrigerator a Security Breach of your Network?
Google announced months ago that Chrome would be showing not secure on pages that contain forms and other information capturing widgets that aren’t served with HTTPS. So as of October 1, we can see exactly what changes have occurred so far. But they haven’t yet rolled out the intimidating images they… Continue Reading Chrome “Not Secure” Appearing
This is a continuation of our WordPress Site Security Guide. If you haven’t already, you should read Part 1 of our WordPress Site Security Guide first. More Advanced 19. Is full WordPress version info revealed in the page’s meta data? If you’re running the most recent version… Continue Reading WordPress Site Security Guide – Part 2
Establishing and maintaining the security of our WordPress websites is ultimately our own responsibility. Even if we depend on our hosting service or developer to decide what needs to be done and how to best do it, we still need to take responsibility for ensuring it happens. Fortunately, the implementation… Continue Reading WordPress Site Security Guide – Part 1