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Technology News

If you’re like me, you spend some time reading news about technology and the products and services you work with. There are websites and email messages you get each day, and they can take your time. I wouldn’t be surprised if you don’t have a daily summary of what you read.

I decided it was a good idea to curate some of that content into a couple of technology topics I follow and that is what this post is about technology news.

In this post, I’ll summarize the latest news from some of my favorite technology sources.

This post will cover technology topics I think are relevant to me and of interest to you. They’ll change as the news comes in, but you can expect news and information on the following technology topics:

  • General WordPress topic
  • Security
  • SEO

Expect the content to change often, so come back and visit when you can.

Is there a topic you’d like to see? Post a comment.


WordPress

  • 8 Best Keyword Research Tools for SEO in 2020 (Compared)
    by Editorial Staff on January 22, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    Are you looking for the best keyword research tools for SEO? Keyword research is vital for growing traffic to your site. It helps you write the perfect content to increase your organic search traffic. The challenge is that finding the right keyword research tool can… Read More » The post 8 Best Keyword Research Tools for SEO in 2020 (Compared) appeared first on WPBeginner.

  • How to Use Short Videos to Turn Prospects Into Customers
    by Marcus Ho on January 22, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Are you struggling to move people from being familiar with you to buying from you? Wondering how to create short videos to help guide people to purchasing? In this article, you’ll learn how to create short, cost-effective videos to help convince people to purchase your product or service. Why Use Short, Fact-Based Video? According to The post How to Use Short Videos to Turn Prospects Into Customers appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.

  • How to Send A Custom Welcome Email to New Users in WordPress
    by Editorial Staff on January 21, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Do you want to send a custom welcome email to new users in WordPress? If you allow user registration on your WordPress site, then each new user receives an email to set up their WordPress password. However, they don’t receive a proper welcome email specific… Read More » The post How to Send A Custom Welcome Email to New Users in WordPress appeared first on WPBeginner.

  • How to Onboard Social Media Marketing Clients: A Checklist for Consultants
    by Yvonne Heimann on January 21, 2020 at 11:00 am

    Do you manage social media for other businesses? Wondering how to request the assets and information you need to do your job? In this article, you’ll discover a checklist for onboarding new clients so you have what you need to manage their social media marketing effectively. Why a Social Media Marketing Onboarding Process Is Important The post How to Onboard Social Media Marketing Clients: A Checklist for Consultants appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.

  • How to Create a Coupon Popup in WordPress (Step by Step)
    by Editorial Staff on January 20, 2020 at 2:58 pm

    Do you want to create a coupon popup in WordPress? Coupon popups are a great way to convert your website visitors into paying customers. There are several different ways to create and display coupon popups. However, showing the coupon at precise timing makes a huge… Read More » The post How to Create a Coupon Popup in WordPress (Step by Step) appeared first on WPBeginner.

Security

  • UPS Says Phishing Incident Might Have Exposed Some Customers’ Data
    by David Bisson on January 22, 2020 at 12:24 pm

    The United Parcel Service (UPS) revealed that a phishing incident might have exposed the information of some of its customers. In its “Notice of Data Breach” letter, UPS disclosed that an unauthorized person had used a phishing attack to gain access to store email accounts at some of its store locations between September 29, 2019 … Read More The post UPS Says Phishing Incident Might Have Exposed Some Customers’ Data appeared first on The State of Security.

  • Navigating ICS Security: Best Practices for ICS Decision-Makers
    by Tripwire Guest Authors on January 22, 2020 at 4:00 am

    As a security consultant, I’m not going into an environment to design and build an organization’s network from the ground up in most situations. For the majority of the time, I’m working with legacy environments where some old technologies might be phasing out and newer ones joining the mix of solutions. In the case of … Read More The post Navigating ICS Security: Best Practices for ICS Decision-Makers appeared first on The State of Security.

  • The Vendor Security Assessment (VSA): What You Need to Know
    by Rita Nygren on January 22, 2020 at 4:00 am

    Requesting that a SaaS company answer a Vendor Security request has become a regular thing for companies who work in the cloud. But have you thought about how the reverse works, that is, when your customer has a VSA process focusing on you? The Vendor Security Assessment, or VSA, is the means by which your … Read More The post The Vendor Security Assessment (VSA): What You Need to Know appeared first on The State of Security.

  • Health Quest Begins Notifying Patients Affected by Phishing Incident
    by David Bisson on January 21, 2020 at 12:05 pm

    Health Quest announced that it’s begun notifying patients whose information might have been exposed in a phishing incident. According to its website notice, Health Quest first learned of the incident in July 2018 when several employees fell for a phishing attack and thereby inadvertently disclosed their email account credentials to an unauthorized party. The Hudson … Read More The post Health Quest Begins Notifying Patients Affected by Phishing Incident appeared first on The State of Security.

  • DDoS Mitigation Firm Founder Admits to DDoS
    by BrianKrebs on January 20, 2020 at 11:13 pm

    A Georgia man who co-founded a service designed to protect companies from crippling distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks has pleaded to paying a DDoS-for-hire service to launch attacks against others.

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