Data Safety Instructions For Website Owners

Data privacy is one of the areas where the old adage „prevention is better then cure”, certainly applies. A small amount of harmful code uploaded to your site could cause major damage, from a pop-up window opening to stolen sessions or passwords and complete system compromise. You should include in your data security policies the frequency and manner in which you look over your system for malicious code and what security measures you have in place to limit the risk.

Make sure that any scripts or software used on your website are updated regularly. Hackers actively target security vulnerabilities in popular web software and an absence of timely updates exposes your system to attack. You should also restrict access to networks or databases to the minimum amount of users needed to complete their task.

Create a plan to address any possible breaches. You should assign a member of staff to oversee the process. Depending on the nature of your business, you might be required to notify consumers, law enforcement, customers, and credit bureaus. This is a serious matter that should be planned well in advance.

Implement strong password requirements on consumer accounts. Ensure that you have a reliable method of storing passwords, like requiring the use of upper and lowercase numerals, letters, and special characters or using salt and hash functions that are slow. Avoid storing unnecessary user information, and when you do, minimize the risk by encryption the data or the deletion of it after a set period of time.

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