Internet security is big at the moment. Criminals are getting increasingly tech savvy and with the high availability of free sophisticated hacking tools, which surprisingly anyone can get hold of in seconds with a simple query in your favorite search engine(!), we are more than ever at risk.
You may be thinking well why on earth would they target me? The simple answer is identity theft with the aim of gaining access to your bank details or stealing sensitive company insights to sell to your competitors.
There a number of techniques that developers and programmers should adopt to ensure websites, web applications and systems can't be hijacked, which I will write about in another article, but you can do your bit your end to help keep your data secure through the front door so to speak..
Passwords are the first place to start. Ensure you’ve covered these steps to ensure you minimize the risk of your accounts being targeted:
You can check to see how secure your passwords are on this 3rd party site (although I wouldn't type in my real passwords there just incase!):
Link (Opens in a new window): howsecureismypassword.net
New online payment method v.me
The page you requested is temporarily unavailable while the site is updated. In the mean time please contact us with your requirements.