Linux Data Security Best Practices to Protect Your Brand Image
If you want to protect against attacks and breaches that could negatively impact your company's hard-earned reputation, Linux data security must be a top priority. Prioritizing data security is an excellent way to safeguard critical information and strengthen your brand image. Breaches capture the headlines, causing negative publicity and making formerly loyal customers doubt a company’s trustworthiness. As LinuxSecurity Content Editor, I'm excited to share our top Linux data security best practices for preventing damaging, costly security incidents and improving your business's reputation heading into 2024.
Implications of the new IP Protection feature Google is testing in its Chrome browser and how to easily and securely launch a website using open-source technology are also topics we explore this week.
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Prioritizing data security is an excellent way to protect information and strengthen your brand image. Breaches capture the headlines, causing negative publicity and making formerly loyal customers doubt a company’s trustworthiness. Fortunately, you can take decisive steps to prevent these instances.
Google has decided that it is time to test a new feature in its widely used Chrome browser by hiding IP addresses. This feature, known as IP Protection, sends connections from the browser through a proxy server first, so the remote website only sees the IP address of the proxy server, not the device from which the browser is being run. So why the need for IP Protection through proxying? Is Google potentially restricting our privacy and access and monopolizing the proxy market? Let’s examine the potential implications of the IP Protection feature for Google users.
If you don't have any experience designing, developing, or managing a website, you might have some misconceptions about how much effort and time it takes to build one. Using modern open-source website builders and free online resources, even total amateurs can launch professional-looking and secure websites. How long does this process take? And is it worth it? We’ll answer these common questions and explain how to leverage open-source technology to launch a website quickly and securely as a beginner.