You've probably heard that Google has started rewarding websites that use an "SSL Certificate" with increased search rankings, and even decreasing the search rankings of any website that doesn't use one. So you know it's important to talk to your web people about getting one... But what is this SSL certificate thing, and why does Google think they're so important?
There are many ways to keep your passwords from ending up in the wrong hands, but no can do them for you -- or for your employees. When it comes to protecting your data and assets, security is everyone's job. Here's a few simple rules to live by to keep your business safe online.
October is upon us, and so are Google's sweeping new changes in how Google ranks your business website! But why, and what do you have to do to avoid penalties to your business?
Many people falsely assume that because their site gets little traffic, or is small, or because it does not store personal information, it won't be a target for hacking, and therefore they can afford to save a little money and time by not securing their website. We find that the average 5 page informational website experiences a minimum of 10 hacking attempts per day.