General Data Protection Regulation is a set of rules that applies to organisations in all EU member-states and has implications for businesses and individuals across Europe, and beyond.
Within the framework of the new general data protection regulations (GDPR), the emyspot team has made some important changes regarding the personal data of the entire emyspot community.
If you use the PayPal feature to sell online through your website, some developments are to be expected due to a major change at PayPal.
In fact, PayPal will require its users to have an SSL certificate to continue using its online payment services. And this change is effective since 30th June 2018.
Still need to get SSL certification on your website? We have good news, emyspot is offering a special deal to get your website up to SSL security. An SSL connection has become the new standard in website creation.
Up til now Google Shopping only required secure login on the payment pages, https is now required for the entire store. This request may seem restrictive for e-merchants but it will only be beneficial to create a relationship of trust with the users!
We have been warning you since early 2016 that SSL security and HTTPS encryption was a must. The day has now come where Google and Firefox are marking websites as unsafe if you do not have an HTTPS encryption. emyspot has given you all the tools to ensure that your website is secure and displays as safe when you have subscribed to the domain name subscription and the pack SSL. And we strongly encourage you to invest as changes are coming fast and hard.
If you have ever googled "how to make website for free" you might have to make a difficult choice. You even might have ended up searching "CSS" on wikipedia. Fortunately we make it easy for you. No need to be an expert or to spend a lot of money to make a successful site with emyspot! Here are 11 good reasons to prove it to you!
Securing your website datais one of our priorities, this is why we now offer the SSL certificate for those seeking optimal protection. But before anything else, the basic rule you must follow is to make sure you chose a sufficiently complicated password to protect the email account that links your domain name.