Website Security Solutions | Latest Guides | Blog

Fix Google Chrome ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR

| #Howtos

If Google Chrome is your preferred web browser then you more than likely have seen the This site can’t provide a secure connection error or an ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR, while surfing the web. This SSL error can randomly pop up on any website and it can be very annoying to deal with. This SSL security error affects nearly everyone that uses Google Chrome and it can be caused by a wide variety of t… [read more →]

How to Determine if a Website is Fake or Fraudulent

| #Security

You should never visit any website that you feel may be fake or fraudulent, because you could be putting your computer and all of your personal information at risk. Always look closely at the content on any website you visit because it can be difficult to notice fraudulent phishing websites. Have you ever been phished? Phishing is an online scam that misleads individuals into believing a website… [read more →]

The Future of the Australian CyberSecurity Strategy

| #Articles #Security

Cyber Security Discussion Paper Australia's Cybersecurity Concerns Improving Australia’s Cybersecurity Strategy / Building Alliances Joint Working Group with India Cybersecurity Framework Cyber Security Discussion Paper Australia launched its first Cybersecurity strategy back in 2016. This new cybersecurity model was set to last from 2016 through 2020. Earlier this month ASPI’s International Cyb… [read more →]

The Quick Guide to Ransom Attacks

| #Articles #Security

What is Ransomeware and Ransom Attacks? How does it work? A History of Ransom Attacks. Types of Ransomware. How to Protect Against Ransom Attacks? What to do if you are affected by ransomware encryption. What is Ransomeware and Ransom Attacks? Ransomware is malicious software that blocks, or denies access to a computer system or data until a ransom is paid by the victim. A ransom usually has a… [read more →]

The Quick and Easy Guide to PCI Compliance

| #Articles #Security

What is it PCI Compliance? Who is it for? 4 Levels of PCI Compliance Why do we need it? PCI Compliance Requirements Firewall Change IDs and Passwords Protect cardholder data-at-rest Protect cardholder data-in-transit AntiVirus Develop and Maintain secure systems and applications Restrict access to Data Unique ID and Authentication Restrict… [read more →]