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How to identify a phishing email

Written on 15 August, 2016 by Diana Le

Protecting your personal information Unfortunately, when you register a domain name it is common to start receiving unsolicited emails and phone calls. This is because the personal details you are required to submit during the registration process, along with other domain information such as details of nameservers, domain registration and... Read more

Categories: General Wholesale | Tags: security

6 benefits of SSL certificates

Written on 25 January, 2016 by Lisa Shannahan

Are you a reseller looking to offer e-commerce clients the best and most secure service possible? SSL certificates could be the ideal add-on for you. If you have e-commerce clients and you're not already familiar with the many benefits of SSL certificates, you're missing out. An SSL, or secure sockets... Read more

Categories: General Wholesale | Tags: security, ssl certificates

Google goes public with security reports

Written on 04 December, 2014 by Verity Meagher

To make web users feel better about getting into the cloud, Google has decided to publically share their security reports. Security is one of the top online concerns for businesses and individuals alike, so it's no wonder search giant Google is keen to allay fears and show they take their... Read more

Categories: Press Releases | Tags: security

Are you vulnerable to POODLE? What you need to know about the latest vulnerability

Written on 23 October, 2014 by Georgia Leaker

What is Poodle and how does it affect me? The POODLE exploit (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) is a vulnerability recently identified within the secure encryption protocol SSLv3. SSLv3 is a browser connection commonly used for HTTPS communications. The most common types of data that are sent over HTTPS... Read more

Categories: Press Releases | Tags: security

BYOD: Increased mobility or security nightmare?

Written on 04 August, 2014 by Evelyn Elsted

In a business world transformed by cloud computing, smartphones and unprecedented remote-access options, what's to stop your business from embracing a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy? There are a few important pros and cons to consider before making any changes to your office’s tech policy. Weigh up the options and see whether your... Read more

Categories: General Wholesale | Tags: business, security, small business

How to sell website security to customers

Written on 16 August, 2013 by Sarah Cripps

Making a website or web application secure is of paramount importance, yet many customers are completely unaware of the threats out there. Whether it’s through sloppy coding or the latest zero-day exploits, there are many ways for a business to be compromised through their own website. These tips will help... Read more

Categories: Web Design | Tags: security, software, website

Lessons from 2012’s big data breaches

Written on 11 January, 2013 by Uyen Vu

In the last few years, the digital revolution has made it easier than ever for customers to shop online. The rise of e-commerce and the emergence of smartphones and near field communications (NFC) has made browsing and paying for products and services a fast, painless affair. Unfortunately, this new convenience... Read more

Categories: E-commerce, Hosting | Tags: business, linkedin, resell, security, web hosting