Security Lock

More Remote Work = More Risk! Bolster Your Security with These Tips

With Covid-19, many of us have found ourselves working remotely much more often, or even exclusively, and we can likely expect remote work to be commonplace. Unfortunately, this opens up a goldmine of opportunities for hackers and scammers to steal your files, money and identity, so you need to be more vigilant and careful now …

More Remote Work = More Risk! Bolster Your Security with These Tips Read More »

In October Google Chrome will display a 'Not Secure' warning like this image, if your website doesn't have an SSL certificate applied to it

Secure your WordPress website with an SSL certificate

Is your WordPress website secure? How can you tell? Look at the top of your website: do you see a green lock next to your website address? Does it say at the top of the browser window HTTP://www.yourwebsite.com or does it say HTTPS://www.yourwebsite.com? If you don’t see a green lock, HTTPS or any indication that …

Secure your WordPress website with an SSL certificate Read More »

Warning – Outdated plugins can make your site susceptible to hacks!

Have you reviewed the plugins you’re using lately? As you probably know, keeping your WordPress software up to date is the most important factor in securing your site. WordPress notifies you each time there is an update for a plugin in the WordPress directory. But what if you are using a plugin that had disappeared …

Warning – Outdated plugins can make your site susceptible to hacks! Read More »