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Safari to Block Websites with Long Term SSL from September 1st

Posted by on 25th August 2020 in Blogging |
...tect user data. In comparison, an SSL that only gets updated once a year is more likely to have security risks. This is a move that was initially suggested by Google in 2019 but was voted down in the CA/B Forum (a voluntary group that is made up of SSL certificate providers, companies that develop web browsers, etc).  It is highly likely that proposals such as this will shortly be seen across more browsers, and is merely the first move in the newest push to improve website standards.  So in practice what will this mean for website owners? Well, Apple has stated that all websites with an SSL certificate that is valid for more than 13 months will crash on...

Understanding Your Target Audience

Posted by on 19th August 2020 in Blogging |
...An often overlooked area of marketing for small businesses is understanding your target audience. In the excitement to launch a new business or even a new website, things can get missed. Or perhaps you are testing if your side hustle could become your new full time, and want to see if there is any interest first before diving in deep. Either way, knowing your audience is vital to sustaining your business. It allows you to market your product or service in a way that appeals to them to encourage them to become customers. Here are a few questions to ask yourself when you are trying to understand your audience.   Who is your target audience? Sometimes there can...

Low Cost Ecom Solution For Pubs, Bars & Restaurants

Posted by laura db on 6th July 2020 in Blogging |
...personal data in line with both GDPR and NHS Track and Trace guidelines. As you may have heard, restaurants and pubs are required to collect and store customer data for a period of time for Track and Trace safety measures. As this is a necessary step in the fight against COVID-19, we have added some features to our Content Management System (CMS) that may aid pubs, restaurants and many other businesses during this time. Track and Trace This is undoubtedly one of the most daunting elements for a lot of businesses, with many of them asking the question, 'How are we going to obtain and store data for NHS Track and Trace?' With this in mind, we have added a ‘T...

New GDPR Module

Posted by WebBoss Websites on 29th May 2018 in Modules | Module,GDPR,data
...As you may or may not know, new General data Protection Regulations are being implemented as of 25th May. This will mean that businesses will have to comply with new regulations and if they fail to do so then there are serious penalties in place. WebBoss have created a new, easy to use module to ensure that your website complies with the new GDPR rules. Double opt-in for newsletters When your users sign up for a newsletter, they will receive a confirmation email before they are added to your mailing list. data requests New form where users can request a copy of the personal data you hold for hem or they can request their data to be removed in the admin. You...

Controversy as Facebook Acquires Giphy

Posted by miki boarer on 10th June 2020 in Blogging |
...es useful data that can be used to improve the service that they provide, and it is this that is the cause for concern for Facebook's competitors such as Twitter, Snapchat and Reddit. As Giphy is already integrated within their software, it is possible that Facebook would then have access to this data and could use it to to their advantage. As Facebook has been accused of copying features from rivals before this idea isn't even that far fetched. There have even been calls already to delete Giphy as users worry how this data may be used. While Giphy CTO Randy Shepherd may have reassured users that all data is completely anonymous “and there is no way for Giphy...

Scams and Security: Staying Safe Online

Posted by miki boarer on 8th May 2020 in Blogging |
...As we have all done our bit and stayed home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have spent more time online. While this may have helped to wile away the hours as we lose track of time and wait patiently to be told that we can safely venture outside and begin work once again, it has also created an opening for fraudsters. Cyber criminals have been taking advantage of peoples concerns about the coronavirus and using it to scam people out of money and data. The boost in online criminal activity has caught many people out. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, part of the City of London Police, have stated that in April scammers defrauded over £1.6 million...
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