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7 Common Ways Sites Get Compromised

Via Ezequiel Bruni People who break into other systems are nothing if not predictable. There are a number of pretty common kinds of attacks that can be prevented largely through simple forethought and planning. Read full article

hy Privacy Is The Internet’s Most User-Friendly Feature

Via Christian Stewart | @stewofkc Privacy policies protect companies legally. They tell consumers how the company collects, stores and uses their data. Unfortunately, these privacy policies aren’t negotiable — to use the service users have to agree to the policy in its whole. Privacy policies offer transparency, but not control. Read full article

Boost Password Protection on Your CMS

Via Team Seven Boats Your own website or blog is not out of danger. You need to boost your CMS password in ways that can resist threats and attacks. To begin with, you need to work on your passwords. Read full article

Time to Adopt HTTPS

Via Andy Schaff If you have a website, it should be on https. It’s not a magical force-field that will protect your site from getting hacked. But, if implemented properly, it will garner trust in your users. Read full article

When a Data Breach Can Be a Benefit to Your Brand

Via Juliette Rizkallah | @juliettesultan No two breaches tell the same story, and how a company reacts and responds to a breach is what will be remembered. To get ahead of the next data breach you may face as an enterprise, this article presents five communications rules to bear in mind. Read full article

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