Every small company seeks to pay lower taxes to increase their profit margins on products and services that they provide. Now in Maryland that opportunity exists and with the added benefit of enhanced cybersecurity.
Website owners, your organization has until July to adopt a minimum-security standard for your site or have it declared unsafe. If you have not switched your site from the HTTP protocol to the more secure HTTPS standard by that date, Google will flag your website as insecure.
To discourage a hacker, it helps to understand why they want to hack your site. It likely has nothing to do with you or your business. Your website is just one of thousands they continually scan until they find a chink in the armor.
(and Why They Didn’t Know It)
Several years ago, we did some IT work for a small nonprofit organization. It’s unlikely you would recognize their name unless you had reason to interact with them.
Last week our fabulous summer intern discovered something peculiar about their website. In typing the organization’s name into the address bar, their real site came up, but typing the name into a...