Repealing the changes means that internet service providers are perfectly positioned to control bandwidth and internet speeds, favouring services that pay higher premiums or are owned by the internet providers themselves. But what does this actually mean for the everyday internet user?
Before we explain why encryption is so important, we should examine what it actually means. Let’s break it down to its basic parts.
HTTPS stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure. Though it sounds complex, it’s quite simple.
An estimated 8.4 billion devices are connected in 2017 and this number is expected to jump to 21 billion within five years. The future is already here.
When a child understands how to code, they no longer have to accept technology as it is handed to them. They can understand how something works and adapt it to work for them.
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Many people running online shops have never heard of PCI DSS but are legally obliged to follow the security standards that it sets and are liable to be hit with significant penalties if their poor security breaches these exacting standards.