You’ve likely considered hosting your website in the cloud, on a platform like Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS has a shared responsibility model, which means you’re still responsible for securing your website. AWS handles the security of the hardware and data centers, but you’re responsible for securing your code and user data.
In today's environment, secure development is a must. Secure SDLC practices do exist. However, some are more geared toward a waterfall style development process.
Building a web application opens up multiple possibilities for mind-blowing functionality and user experiences.
As the IT industry’s focus on security has increased, so has the number of options for testing your website’s security. The number of vendors has exploded, too.
Approximately 25% of American adults have a disability, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This means that your organization's website should be built in a way that accommodates and meets the needs of people with a variety of disabilities.
10 Questions to Ask Your Development Partner
When you’re ready to engage a development partner to help take your business to the next level, take some time to make sure you find the right partner for your needs.
One of the major challenges businesses face is the successful implementation of their CRM system. The CRM implementation process comes with considerable difficulties and can quickly become complex if adequate planning is not done beforehand.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law in June 2018. Its introduction into California law reminds many of GDPR and the increasing awareness of privacy by both the government and consumers.
The CCPA has put stringent requirements on those who fall within its jurisdiction (we’ll let you know later who that is). Compliant companies must be able to tell consumers what data they have on file, what it’s used for, and how to request its deletion. You cannot store California consumers’ data and use it in secret anymore.
California is among the first to enact a major privacy law; it likely won’t be last. The U.S. government is considering a federal level law in the wake of GDPR and CCPA. If you’re not ready to be open about how you use consumer data, then you’re not ready for CCPA or later privacy laws that pop up.
Although the CCPA requirements don’t go into effect until January 1, 2020, companies need to start preparing now to be compliant. First, you’ll need to know who is required to be compliant with CCPA and how to do it.
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