You know that website security is important, but do you know how to make your website secure?
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Do you Yahoo? You might want to reconsider it.
Yahoo's having a tough week. The bad news? They're in the midst of a multi-billion dollar merger with Verizon, and they recently learned of a massive breach of their users' security. The worse news? It happened in 2014.
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Internet security isn’t just for government information or bank accounts. Even your small business has information that needs to be protected. Information in the wrong hands could be a disaster for your company. We recommend that marketers focus on a few important tips to tighten up their internet security.
Information on your computer, tablet, or mobile device needs to be protected. In a recent SpinRadio episode, we interviewed Sam. Michael and Sam discussed some tips for the marketing director or CEO regarding internet security. Internet security is important so that your competition or a hacker does not gain access to your information, such as your CRM. These tips don’t even require the help of an IT professional.
There are many things to be afraid of in this world:
But I am here to tell you that Dropbox is NOT one of those things to be scared of.
I only bring it up because I find that many people still feel some reluctance to use shared folders that we set up for them in Dropbox. At SpinWeb, we love it for many reasons and once you use it, you'll understand why it is so convenient and secure.
Because we've sung the praises of Dropbox many times in the past, I will put these links here to help give you another friendly nudge, just in case you're still nervous about using it.
In summary (because this is a QUICK tip), Dropbox is amazing for these reasons:
Scurvy is a disease resulting from a deficiency in Vitamin C. It’s a nasty condition often resulting in lethargy, confusion, fever and even death. It’s been documented all the way back to Hippocrates, but interestingly, scurvy has gone through several cycles of being “discovered” and then later lost or forgotten by civilizations through history.
Once the understanding of scurvy’s cause and cure is lost, an ignorant civilization goes through an almost tragic phase of hand-wringing, of crack-pot theories and false “cures” – many of which are widely adopted as mainstream. Confusion abounds.
With computer security, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of “disaster recovery.”
Just as in sports, securing your network and data is all about the fundamentals. Competently addressing the basics of IT security will go a long way in protecting you from disaster, downtime and great expense.
On June 10, we're hosting a really important webinar on Security Fundamentals, by guest speaker Tony Valle of Promethius Consulting. Register here, you don't want to miss it.
With the name "exploding link," it may not sound secure or safe. But this nifty feature from Dropbox allows you to share a link with someone more securely.
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