https://youtu.be/sR19T7Xvf8w “It will never happen to me!” These words have often been spoken moments before a business owner’s site gets hacked – as if the hackers were listening in on their conversations. The fact that 20 WordPress sites get hacked every minute (1 hack every 3 seconds) should wake up most people to the fact that their website could get compromised if they aren’t protecting it with PCI compliant security scans and killer passwords. Need a free scan to see how you’re doing? Visit freepciscanning.com.
https://youtu.be/UNM54NA2Axc Whether you’re just getting started in building your ecommerce site or are an online veteran, there are 6 key questions to ask yourself to ensure you’re reaching and retaining the most customers.
https://youtu.be/CsF6J4JwuX4 It’s common knowledge that your computer can be hacked, but are you aware of the bevy of devices, items and industries that are also at risk of attack? In this new world of the Internet of Things, everyday life is made easier, but also more vulnerable. Here are 14 things you probably didn’t know could be hacked.
https://youtu.be/dHmJFnerJaw Shopping cart abandonment rates can plummet if you know just a few easy tricks. If you’re like most ecommerce business owners, however, cart abandonment has probably been a constant threat to your bottom line. Pinpointing the obstacles toward what’s keeping customers from making that final click to buy now can be daunting, but we’ve got six ways to get customers to click “buy now” instead of clicking away.
https://youtu.be/iOOqi_Xf978 Alarming newspaper and industry reports show that no one, including small businesses, is immune from a potential data security breach. The best way to protect yourself is with a comprehensive security protection plan and knowing some of the tricks hackers use that can cost you time, money and spur mistrust from your customers. Here are four risks that could make you a target for hackers – and how you can fix them.
https://youtu.be/dHE5O2GlGN8 British Telecom company TalkTalk’s October 2015 data breach was only one of many hitting consumers and the corporate world recently – Ashley Madison and Sony come to mind – but the lessons apply to every company, big and small. Here are three takeaways from the TalkTalk data breach – and the three big losses that affect any business after a cyber attack.
https://youtu.be/DUCQdHjLEfE With so much focus sometimes put on attracting new customers, it can be easy to overlook a valuable commodity: repeat customers. According to a recent article from Linkedin, “it costs six to seven times more to acquire a new customer than to retain an existing one.” With that in mind, here are six ways to keep customers coming back for more.
https://youtu.be/iGct1D-Lom4 PCI Scanning – when your ecommerce biz was just a dream in your mind (and maybe it still is), PCI Compliance was most likely not what got you pumped about going into business. But it’s one of those necessary evils of ecommerce business life, so if you want to stay in business, keep watching our quick and painless guide for the lowdown on PCI Scanning and Compliance.
https://youtu.be/u5Evxdx2FYA From headline-making news like the data breaches at Sony and Ashley Madison this year, to the OPM and persistent threats of cyber terrorism from countries like China and South Korea come predictions for what’s in store for cyber security in 2016. Experts largely agree that mobile devices face bigger risks, the stakes for political hacking attacks are high and data breaches are going to get much worse and even more prevalent. We’ve gathered below some early predictions from website security experts for what’s in store for 2016.