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Are You Ready for the California Consumer Privacy Act?

Online privacy has been at the forefront of users’ minds in 2019 with the GDPR, and this won’t change in 2020. In fact, companies should be thinking about how they can make their websites more transparent and safe for all users. Kicking off the new year, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into … Read More

Are Your Patients Safe From a Data Breach?

Cybersecurity has become an increasingly important aspect of web development, especially if your website handles confidential information, like patient records. According to HIPAA Journal, there were 33 data breaches reported in January of this year, alone. That amounts to almost 500,000 exposed healthcare records! Most of these breaches are a result of hacking and IT … Read More

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Security in Layers: How to Implement DevSecOps

Security shouldn’t just be an after-thought in the maintenance process; it’s something that coders should proactively include in the development process. Adding layers of security as you build ensures a solid foundation for DevSecOps. With a growing focus on data security and privacy, DevSecOps allows for stability from the onset, so that developers don’t have … Read More

Cybersecurity: Web Safety 101

Privacy has been a hot topic this year, especially when it comes to the various online platforms that we use daily. With a major Facebook data breach, new GDPR requirements, Chrome 68’s SSL certificate policy, and more cybersecurity news, it’s become increasingly important for users to be educated. Once a place to explore freely, hackers … Read More

Chrome 68: Why Your Website NEEDS an SSL Certificate

Website security should be one of your top priorities as a webmaster and/or business owner. It’s definitely important to users and even browsers. With the recent GDPR requirements, websites who do business with citizens from European Union (EU) countries must be compliant with the regulations. This means they have a responsibility to be up-front about … Read More

Look What EU Made Me Do: A Guide to the GDPR

What is the GDPR? Digital privacy has always been important, but lately, it’s become more of a concern. The vision of 1984 is looking more and more realistic. Users aren’t just entering their email and phone numbers without thinking, they want to know why a company needs their information and what they plan to do … Read More

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