Category: Website Security

James Lyne - TED Talk on Cyber Crime

James Lyne Says Cyber Crimes Happen Daily

James Lyne, a cyber security specialist with Sophos, presented a 20 minute TED Talk that you can and should watch here. In 2013, he discussed the basics of everyday cybercrime and the simple steps...

TG Digital Bouncers

Hire Bouncers for Your Digital Night Club

In many ways, you probably wish your website was as popular as your local night club. ~  You want lots of interesting, upbeat, energetic people to visit often. ~  You want them to bring...

Black Friday BOGO

Black Friday BOGO

Black Friday BOGO! Buy Security Scanning. Get More Sales. Guaranteed. This Black Friday, you can get the best BOGO (buy one, get one) deal ever! You can buy Trust Guard’s security scanning so that...

Three Website Security Tips for Your Online Business

More businesses are taking their products and services online than ever before. Consumers, for the most part, are feeling safer about completing online transactions – especially with businesses they trust. But some entrepreneurs in...

10 Hacking Movies You Should Watch Now

10 Hacking Movies You Should Watch Now

Being a hacking victim is no fun, but watching hacking movies sure is – especially when they feature whitehat hackers, stunning visuals or silly comedy. Here’s our list of 10 of our favorite movies...

Software Flaws Exploited by Hackers More Than Double: New Report

Findings detailed in a new report show that the software flaws used in hacking more than doubled last year, setting a new record. According to a recent article from Reuters, this is yet “another...

Your Epic Guide to Everything Website Security for Your Ecommerce Site

Your Epic Guide to Website Security

13 of Our Most Epic Posts on Website Security, Data Breaches, Cyber Attacks and How Not to Be a Hacking Victim (Scroll down for all stories below, or just click on the links.) How...

3 Must-Watch Ted Talks on Cyber Security (Video)

3 Must-Watch Ted Talks on Cyber Security (Video)

If your ecommerce site doesn’t have internet security measures in place, it’s the same as leaving the front door open to a brick-and-mortar store. The thieves will just waltz right in, taking whatever they...