Magento released its latest security patch on 27 February.
If you run your eCommerce business on Magento 1.x it’s vitally important to make sure your website is up to date with the latest security patches.
This essential maintenance work will keep your online store secure from hackers and safe for customers to spend their money with.
Leaving customer data exposed and vulnerable to hackers and criminals is not only bad for business in terms of trust, reputation and lost transactions.
You could be liable to hefty fines from the Information Commissioner under the Data Protection Act (DPA).
With the introduction of the even more stringent General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looming in May 2018 you simply cannot afford not to ensure your website and customer data are secure on a regular basis.
Get a free security scan
A free security scan will tell us how up to date your patches are.
It will also flag other potential vulnerabilities, software updates and hosting issues. For example:
- Does your website have a valid SSL certificate?
- Does your site show an insecure content warning if visitors are using the latest release of Chrome?
We will gladly share a free report and key recommendations with you, on a no obligation basis.
Stay up to date
Once we’ve run the initial scan, we can schedule regular checks on your website and notify you when new patches and updates are released.
Just ask to be kept up to date and we’ll email you when updates are available.
If you’re wondering about whether to move to Magento 2, read our article or call us for a chat today.
Magento will continue to support Magento 1 with security patches for the foreseeable future and have committed to giving 18 months’ notice if they decide to stop releasing updates.
Book your free security scan and talk to us about your business today.