When your potential or current consumer browses your website, uses your application, submits an online form or completes a purchase with their credit or debit card, they have an expectation that their personal information is transferred and stored securely. Protecting your consumer begins with the foundation of your website or application...your code. Verifying that your code is secure safeguards your consumers and helps to ensure that your business is protected against cyber attacks.
Smart devices have improved and infiltrated our lives, leading many to question whether this new tech is capable of keeping their personal information secure. A primary concern for many is the possibility that their IoT devices will be hacked. There are several steps you can take to mitigate the risk of being hacked while still benefiting from the advantages of smart technology.
Join Troy Web at the GDG Dev Fest Capital Region | 2018, where a host of local technology companies will be giving presentations on a variety of cool topics ranging from obtaining qualitative data to mobile application software, as well a host of other subjects.
Troy Web’s very own Jed Stewart will be discussing the ups and downs of Flutter development from 9:30 - 10:20.
The Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, Skidmore College, Saratoga Tech Out, and Startup Tech Valley will team up to host the 4th Annual Startup Saratoga event, to be held on Wednesday, October 10th at Racing City Brewery. Take the opportunity to hear from for entrepreneurs and students in the tech sector as they present their business to those in attendance. There is no charge to attend this event…