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How to keep your customers information secure when taking payments online

Building and keeping your customers’ trust when it comes to online payments has become more important than ever in 2020. 85% of consumers will refuse to do business with a company if they have concerns about its security practices. This means ensuring you’re doing everything you can to keep your customers’ information secure needs to

Don’t be tricked by large (fraudulent) eCommerce orders

When a larger order comes through ready for shipping, and you might be thinking “you beauty!” a large order. Unfortunately, it might be too good to be true and could be fraudulent. But how do you know? While there is speculation fraudulent orders are plateauing due to the rise in mobile payments, the money losses

What to look for: SMB’s online security weakspots

Does your business have any of these security weak spots? It’s likely that during these uncertain times, your business has been forced to adapt. More people are working from home, using a mixture of personal and business devices, which means the conversations and business data that used to be enclosed under the one roof has

The security measures you can do in under 10 minutes to protect your business

Do you have the right systems and tools in place to manage a cyber threat? That’s the question every Australian business owner should be asking themselves. But the reality is that only 24% of companies believe their organisations are secure. It’s very easy to get overwhelmed as it can feel like there’s a lot you

10 Things that make a website credible: the ultimate checklist

Customer Reviews

Before you start trying to drive more traffic to your site, you need to make sure your customer journey is as seamless as possible. But how exactly do you do that? By finding what makes a website credible. A credible, trustworthy website builds confidence for your visitors, which means they’re more likely to navigate on-site for a

The most common types of eCommerce fraud

A new report from 4iQ released a startling statistic, saying there was a 424% increase in new cyber breaches of small businesses in 2018 compared to 2017. What’s even worse, 78% of the small-medium sized businesses participating in these findings indicated they had been a target of cyber attacks, highlighting the importance of eCommerce fraud

7 ways to improve website engagement for your business

You may be familiar with the saying, ‘you can lead a horse to the water, but you can’t make him drink.’ Put into context: you could have the best looking ecom store and a great product or service to offer, but if your customers aren’t engaged on your website, your sales will suffer. Think of

My Small Business Has Suffered a Data Breach. What Now?

Suffered a data breach

Itʼs not too dramatic to say: Itʼs not a question of if your business will suffer a data breach, but when. In late May, 100,000 Westpac customer records have been compromised, the Australian National University has suffered a sophisticated cyberattack, the Australian Catholic University staff database has been compromised and the Commonwealth Bank has suspended