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.
Purchasing software is a process that is much more involved than it may seem. There are many benefits and downsides to both off the shelf and custom software. So, before you dive into the purchase of off the shelf software or custom software, there are several things that should be taken into consideration.
Having an online presence for your business is essential...after all, it’s 2018! But, did you realize that just having a basic website is simply not good enough? Your website not only needs to have rich content but also must be well designed. Though web design seems as if it may be less important than your site content, it is actually essential and ignoring it would be detrimental.
We live in a highly designed world - from inception through the full lifespan of a system, design plays a critical role in the success of your product or service. Usability and user experience (UX) are driven by a comprehensive process that includes a high level design strategy (“What should be built?”), interaction design (“How will the system work?”) and visual design (“What will the system look like?”). Do you know what is at the root of those decisions? Infrastructure.
here is news about cybercrime almost every day, concerning everything from large companies to the United States government. These news reports often give small business owners a false sense of security, thinking “this attack won’t happen to me, I’m too small!” Much to their dismay, this is not the case