GDPR becomes law one year from today. If you run a website or an app or just use digital systems as part of your business / organisation you will need to comply with it or face some hefty consequences.
By now, almost everyone will be aware of the recent ransomware attack that left thousands of computers unusable in over 100 countries. This blog post provides important security advice to help keep your data safe.
As Wordpress specialists, the Fellowship team recently attended WordCamp, London 2017. Packed with sessions from industry experts, there were some really interesting points to take away with us, some of which are likely to be helpful and beneficial to our clients.
If you keep your browser up to date (which we recommend) you might have seen a warning about sites you visit being unsecure. In this article, we will try to explain why you are seeing it, whether you should worry about it and, if you have a website yourself, what you can do to stop your website being flagged as “Not secure”
The world loves to see an A-list celebrity fall from grace so it’s no surprise that Wordpress, the popular CMS that’s currently powering 27% of the worlds websites, has become a prime target for hackers, spammers and other ne’er-do-wells. As such, we’ve recently noticed a significant increase in ‘brute force’ attacks from bots on our Wordpress-based websites. This post takes a look at bots, brute-force attacks and how you can keep your site safe from the Decepticons of the internet.
Like a 6th of the world’s population, you may have received an email (or even heard on the news) that there has been a security breach in Yahoo’s system – this short blog should be all you need to know.