"Why Do I Need a Secure Website?" Free Seminar at CapeSpace

July 25th, 5:30 p.m. with Dale Shadbegian of 118Group...
Dale Shadbegian of 118Group (Courtesy photo)

CapeSpace is a flexible workspace facility in Hyannis, featuring fully furnished private offices, business lounge, meeting rooms and virtual office/mail services.  All our offerings are available part time or full time, short term or long term.  And we’re fully staffed, furnished and equipped with business services and amenities including high speed internet from OpenCape, copy/print equipment, Starbucks coffee and more.

We frequently hold business networking and educational events in our main business lounge or our training room.  Here is one of our upcoming events:

Why Do I Need a Secure Website?

Monday, June 25, 5:30 – 7:00 PM

We have been familiar with websites secured with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates for years—when we are engaged in transactions we look for the “https” and the lock in our browser. Traditionally we only thought of transaction websites – those that took credit cards and asked for personal data – as needing SSL. But with the web security landscape changing, and more and more sites being powered by content management system such as WordPress, it is important for all websites to be secured via SSL.

Dale Shadbegian, partner and founder of 118Group, will walk us through the advantages of securing websites with SSL, from greater safety from hackers to more trust among your viewers. How does one get SSL? What are the implications content-managed websites like WordPress? And what can happen without it? Dale will have time for your questions.

This event is a joint production of CapeSpace, the Cape Cod Technology Council, the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and 118Group.  This is a FREE event.

Registration Link:  https://www.cctechcouncil.org/event/why-do-i-need-a-secure-website-free-workshop/

The event will be held at CapeSpace, 100 Independence Drive in Hyannis, between Iyannough Road and Attucks Lane, across from Home Depot and Whole Foods.

For further information on all events call 508-202-1680, email [email protected], or visit https://www.capespace.com/events


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