In February 2020, Google announced its intention to move all its data about British users of its services, including Gmail, YouTube and the Android Play store, to the US. But how will this affect GDPR compliancy of small businesses? And how will it affect the privacy of UK Google app … Read more about Will Google’s intention to move UK data to the US affect small business GDPR compliancy?
Yes, you do, particularly if you're using cloud hosting (which most of us do) rather than your own servers or virtual private servers (VPS). Most hosts provide some sort of firewall protection, but on cloud hosting the firewall runs around the cloud space, rather than around your individual … Read more about Do I really need a firewall and anti-virus on my WordPress website?
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is may be something you've never heard of, but I bet you've used it. It basically means requiring an extra layer of security, usually a device of some sort that you carry with you - like your bank card when you want to set up new payment details online, or your … Read more about What is two-factor authentication (or 2FA)?
Let's talk cryptomining for a second (not that I understand it). I was having a wander through a few websites yesterday, the way that I do, and my antivirus alerted me to one which had a dodgy link embedded in it. It was a site I would have expected to be squeaky clean so I ran it through a … Read more about The Cryptominer hack
I was lucky to be able to attend a seminar this week held by Muckle LLP on behalf of the BCS on the subject of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). The GDPR replaces the Data Protection Act 1998 and contains some long-needed updates to take account of changes in technology and the way … Read more about How does the General Data Protection Regulation affect small businesses?