Why small businesses must stay on top of web application security

Nearly 6,000 retail sites were recently compromised by credit-card theft, after attackers injected malicious JavaScript code into their e-commerce websites to steal payment card data.

While compared to the 500 million user details breached at Yahoo it may seem but a small number, however this hack has highlighted the significant risk that cybercrime poses to small businesses.

The latest Government Security Breaches Survey has highlighted the fact that small businesses are at increased risk from cyber-attacks, with nearly three-quarters of small firms reporting a security breach in 2015; a year-on-year increase from the 2013 and 2014 surveys. So what can small business owners do to protect themselves? (more…)

The security risks of your business website

A website is an essential tool for virtually every business starting up in the UK today.

Whereas just a few years ago it was a handy way of marketing your business if you had lots of time or money, websites have quickly grown to become a dominant force in attracting new business and retaining existing customers.
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Guide to working securely with wireless

Wireless is becoming an increasingly popular way for businesses to share information and work away form the office. According to a survey of 625 SMEs, more than a quarter of staff already does some work from home* – and this figure seems to be growing faster than ever.
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How to create a more effective ecommerce site

More and more people are making purchases online but not all businesses are making the most of their ecommerce sites. And if you’re not making the most out of your site, you’re not making as much money as you could be.

Here are four tips for creating a more effective ecommerce site so customers buy from you and keep coming back…
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