The Armor Techs' blog is full of posts discussing security and passwords, and this post is going to be in much of the same vein. The security of your data on the web is becoming (read: has always been) super important, and the companies we rely on to use our data fairly and transparently aren't upholding their end of the bargain. On top of that, there are countless people and companies participating in less-than-legal practices to obtain your data, whether it be phishing, hacking, or scamming it away from you.
As someone with a website, there's always a possibility that you'll get hacked. The important questions to ask are, "how did it happen", and "what did they do". Let us walk you through a hypothetical, and let you in on one of the ways we try to prevent it.
The internet and Phishing have historically gone hand in hand, but all Phishing scams follow a few fundamental rules. Join us as we talk about Phishing, how you can protect yourself from it, and how to identify it in the wild.