Convenience has always been one of the greatest enemies of security. Our online activities are constantly increasing and with them the number of accounts we create at various online services. It is very tempting to use a single, easy to remember password for all those accounts.
Using the same password for everything is of course convenient, but can be disastrous for your online safety. If for example, one of the websites that you have an account with is hacked and the hackers steal your credentials, they will have access to your email, social accounts and online banking account as well.
A Content Management System (CMS) is a software that allows its users to create, update and maintain content on their websites. It will allow non-technical users to edit the text on their websites, change photos from their website galleries or add and edit products on their online store.
Just like any kind of software, when it comes to CMS there are two broad categories, those that are open source and those that are closed source.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is the biggest and most important European legislation regarding privacy and data protection in the last two decades. It is a regulation approved by the European Parliament in April 2016 and will come into effect on 25 May 2018.
Put simply, the aim of the GDPR is to give all European citizens much greater control over their personal information and to force companies and organizations to take more seriously the handling and the protection of their client’s personal data.