From 14 September 2019, new requirements called “Strong Customer Authentication” for verifying customer initiated online payments (like ecommerce purchases) will start to apply in Europe. What Changes Will Be Happening? Strong Customer Authentication is coming in as part of the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2). This is likely to still apply to the UK even with […]
Category: Website security
In a move to make the internet and websites more secure, the Google Chrome browser is now marking non-SSL websites as “not secure”.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a security feature used on the internet. It has many benefits and we recommend everyone uses SSL on their website.
WordPress is increasingly popular for running small business websites. That popularity also means it’s a target for automated hack attempts. Here are five simple steps to increase your WordPress website security. Keep up to date The best way to stay safe is to keep your WordPress software and plugins up to date. The latest versions […]