I spent my days surrounded by software developers.
In my day job, I work as a content marketer for Cronofy.
Our security features are important to us and our customers, and it’s one of our biggest selling points.
(I’m not going to go on about them here, but feel free to have a read if you like calendars.)
When I get home, I spend my time with Boyfriend, who also happens to be a software developer, albeit for a different software company…
…in the same building.
But that’s besides the point.
The point is that spending time around developers means that I’m involved in lots of techy conversations and I read a lot of security-focused content.
If you’ve ever found yourself pissed off by something auto-updating, you’ve found yourself caught out by a security update.
But please, don’t turn auto-updates off!
Auto-updates are crucial to keeping your devices protected from nasty viruses that can harm your computer. (WannaCry, anyone?)
But how can you protect your website?
And how can you protect the users of your website?