Webshop security: your responsibility


Retailers with a physical shop have locks on the door, a decent alarm system, fire extinguishers, good insurance and so on. Online, on the other hand, there is hardly any investment in good security. That is a double standard. Online, however, there is also danger. In fact, online you may be an even bigger potential target. Investing in proper security is crucial. You are even legally obliged to secure your website or webshop adequately.

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