Email authentication is the key to ensuring our emails are trusted, secure, and delivered – not blocked. This is one of those topics that can make those of us less confident with technology – glaze over – but getting on top of it isn’t as hard as it seems.
Do you know that sinking feeling, that racing of the heart, the panic you feel when you realize that your online store has been hacked or gone down? If not – it might only be a matter of time before you do. Website security for online retailers is a critical issue. One that can’t be…Click to read more >
Google announced October 2017 they are requiring websites to obtain an SSL certificate on HTTP websites or risk your website labeled as “Not Secure” or potentially listed as unsafe or deceptive. Those who updated their website with an SSL now have the green secure lock in the web address bar, reassuring users that the website…Click to read more >
Google is buckling down on internet security and pushing to move website owners toward a more secure online presence. With the upcoming release of Chrome version 62, Google will begin labeling websites with a red “Not Secure” warning in the address bar for all HTTP websites without an SSL, or secure sockets layer, beginning Oct.…Click to read more >
By Jim Maloney, Chief Information Security Officer, Mercury Payment Systems With credit card data security such a hot topic these days, now is a good time to make sure your systems are protected. For retailers, there are few things more threatening than a security breach. Knowing that large retailers with sophisticated security controls, like Target,…Click to read more >