Posted by Jason Sherrill on 4/14/2016
Security researchers have pointed the finger at a WordPress plugin as the root vulnerability that allowed hackers to execute the data theft that resulted in the Panama Papers leak. This further reinforces our recommendation
to financial institutions that WordPress is a risky web platform for banks and credit unions to use for any public-facing websites.
Posted by Jason Sherrill on 4/11/2016
Kentico makes editing page title and meta description tags easy, but if you're performing frequent editing of large numbers of pages as part of your search engine optimization (SEO) strategy, then using the CMS user interface can be a slow process. We developed an SEO tool
to make this easier for ourselves and this week we've decided to make it available for free to anyone using Kentico 9.
Posted by Jason Sherrill on 3/17/2016
Live, text-based chat is a standard feature on nearly all large, profitable eCommerce websites today. Banks and credit unions are also finally starting to see the value in quickly connecting with prospective and existing customers using live chat systems on their websites; however, many banks and credit unions are not sure how best to get started. Let's examine a few good practices to get started.
Posted by Jason Sherrill on 12/8/2015
As banks and credit unions begin to adopt Twitter, Facebook and other social media tools into their mainstream marketing and customer service channels, hackers are discovering ways to lure bank and credit union employees into becoming unwitting accomplices in launching successful phishing attacks. I'll show you how a typical attack occurs and offer suggestions to avoid becoming a hacker accomplice.
Posted by Jason Sherrill on 12/3/2015
Being that we’re in the business of website hosting
and website development for banks and credit unions
, we assist with a lot of website moves throughout the course of a year. Having been working with banks and credit unions to move, upgrade, redesign and create new websites for over 12 years now, I’m still surprised at how often I see one major issue that still catches bank and credit union managers by surprise.