Why It’s Critical to Backup Data Now this World Backup Day

Word Back Up Day

As the Internet continues to evolve and expand, keeping your data safe grows more important. It seems every year there is a new exploit or viral attack which threatens those who just want to enjoy an online experience.

For this World Backup Day, March 31, 2019, make it more difficult for the criminal element to rob you of data by backing it up. Continue reading “Why It’s Critical to Backup Data Now this World Backup Day”

What Cyber Attacks Will Be Like in 2018 and How To Protect Your Business

Cyber Attacks

Cyber security is an ever-growing concern, especially in light of the 2016 election in the United States and the ransom of data from various hospitals across the globe.

As the Internet continues to grow at an incredible rate year after year, businesses need to pay closer attention to cyber attacks. Continue reading “What Cyber Attacks Will Be Like in 2018 and How To Protect Your Business”

Chrome to Label Sites as ‘Not Secure’ and How You Can Avoid It

chrome site not secure

Is your website protected with a Secure Sockets Layer? If you don’t have the “https:” prefix on your site, then the answer is probably, “No.” Unfortunately, this might cause problems getting and retaining visitors in the near future.

In fact, Chrome users will get an SSL warning starting in 2017 which may hurt your site’s performance. Continue reading “Chrome to Label Sites as ‘Not Secure’ and How You Can Avoid It”

Changes to TLS and cipher suites effective May 2017

As part of our ongoing mission to improve security on our hosting platforms here at GreenGeeks, we’ve made some changes to encryption and security technologies that we support for sites which use SSL certificates (aka HTTPS). These changes include both SSL’s purchased through GreenGeeks and 3rd party SSL certificates installed on hosting accounts.

Continue reading “Changes to TLS and cipher suites effective May 2017”