Here’s a scary thought - the scene in Back to the Future Part II where they go to the ‘future’ is now set in the past.
SSLs.com is dedicated to security and privacy for all users. We believe the movement to encrypt nearly all web traffic is a positive development for the internet.
Last year Stephen Hawking suggested that man-made A.I. posed a potentially apocalyptic threat to humanity. Although many in the scientific community have challenged Hawking’s proposals, who are we to argue? The man’s got a Ph.D. and all sorts.
If you run or manage a business that relies on IT, you need a cyber security strategy. You’re responsible for dealing with critical issues such as securing your internal network and cloud services, and implementing the best password policy strategy.
There’s more – identifying the latest security threats, resisting phishing techniques, finding the most secure hosting environment and, of course, picking out the right SSL certificate.
The internet isn’t just for cat videos. It can also be used for online shopping, and it’s never been easier to buy absolutely anything.
In the US alone $291 billion was spent exclusively online last year and this figure is only set to increase. However, online fraud is a growing concern amongst both consumers and companies, with billions of dollars lost each year. It’s important to take a few precautions and applying some common sense can also help you stay safe. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
The world of computer viruses has changed drastically over the last 25 or so years. In the early days, internet users were very naïve towards email attachments, contributing to the alarming speed that viruses could spread across the globe.
These days, viruses very rarely land in our inboxes due to preconfigured firewalls and strict measures from the likes of Gmail and Outlook.