With the rise of malicious websites, online security should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind. Check out this post to see some tools that can help keep you safe.
Let’s face it: there are a lot of not-nice people out there looking to take advantage of unprepared online business owners. But never fear, you can protect yourself (and your customers) by learning the ropes of online security. Browse this collection of articles to become your very own ecommerce security guard. And remember, stay safe out there!
The major internet security flaw, Heartbleed, has compromised an untold number of seemingly-secure websites. Check out this post to see what Volusion has done about it.
Spam email isn’t just an inconvenience. It’s a big security risk to your online business. Check out this post to see how you can defend yourself against unsavory emailers.
You’ve probably heard about “the Cloud,” but what is it? Learn more about cloud computing from one of our resident experts.
Looking to buy an SSL certificate? If you plan on accepting credit cards through your online store, you should be. For a quick lesson on what you need to know, watch today’s quick video.
As you’ve probably read, the DDoS in “DDoS attack” stands for “distributed denial of service.” But what does that mean? What is a DDoS attack, and how can we protect against and prevent them? Check out this article by one of our Web Developers to get the answers to all of those question and more.
Although you may have considered a free SSL certificate for your ecommerce website, always remember: you get what you pay for. Check out this post to learn five reasons why a free SSL certificate may be a bigger risk than you realized.
If you’re just getting acquainted with SSL certificates, this post is for you. Read on to learn more about the basics of SSL certificates, what they do for your store and the differences between brands.
One of the biggest challenges of online retail is the question of trust. How can shoppers tell if a site is secure? Are the products really what they seem? Will they actually get what they ordered? Building trust online is definitely harder online than in person, but it’s not impossible. We’ll show you some ways to start.
No matter how many times you toot your horn to customers, they probably won’t believe you until they hear it from someone else. Continue reading to see how you can incorporate external signals to boost the credibility of your brand.