Sleep tight, your data is secure, part 1 – Data Transfer Security

Because Invoicebus manages quite sensitive data concerning customer’s business, we would like to be clear as day when security aspect is on the menu.

Even though our blog is somewhat technical about software stuff, usually we avoid to go deep into details with over technical posts. Indeed, security topic is quite complicated and not straight forward for everyone, however it is very important and must not be neglected. That’s why we decided to give everyone a chance to understand it in a light and entertaining manner, presented in easily digestible little chunks:
  • Data Transfer Security
  • Password Storage Security (upcoming)
  • Sensitive Data Storage Security (upcoming)
  • Payment Processing Security (upcoming)
  • Hosting Server Security (upcoming)

We are going to start this blog-post mini series with Data Transfer Security, the starting point where every security concern begins.

Data Transfer Security

The cool video bellow in less than 3 minutes, through an interesting story, explains the fundamentals of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and a few other aspects behind Data Transfer Security.

Invoicebus Team

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  1. Andrew says:

    I really like what you’ve acquired here, really like what you’re stating and the way in which you say it. You make it entertaining and you still care for to keep it smart. Thanks for that.

  2. Invoicebus Team says:

    Thank you Andrew, we’re glad you like it

  3. Koblick says:

    Your use of such emphatic words in your article shows an intense excitement in what you are trying to convey. Keep up the good work!

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