More than half of Dutch people say that they are concerned about their on-line security. As use of the internet intensifies in the years ahead, confidence in on-line security and privacy will become increasingly important. Companies and other organisations have a lot to gain from focusing on security. After all, no organisation wants its website hacked and its client data made public. Or its reputation tarnished by criminals who create fraudulent lookalike sites.
Stopping the hackers
Webshops and other websites with client data retention functionality are often targeted by hackers. In the first part of the webinar, Erik de Jong of Fox-IT explains what you can do to keep hackers out.
Protecting your brand on line
If you've got a thriving webshop, the last thing you want is to lose trade because of clients being misdirected to a fraudulent website using your name. As well as hitting your turnover, cybercriminals who mimic your brand can do serious damage to your reputation. In the webinar's second slot, Novagraaf's Peter Dost gives advice on protecting your brand on line.
Secure hosting and domain name protection
When it comes to hosting, there are countless choices to be made. Do you opt for speed or economy? A cloud solution or a traditional set-up? When deciding which way to go, what security factors need to be considered? And what's the best way to protect your domain name? Wido Potters from BIT goes over your options in the final third of the webinar.
For details of the webinar and to register, visit OnlineSeminar's website. Unfortunately the webinar is only in Dutch.