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SSL Certificate Validity Drastically Shortened: 90-day Renewals  

Introduction ‚Äď what is the challenge?¬†¬† SSL certificates used to be valid for two years but since 2020 this has been shortened to one year. This was enforced through root certificate stores, where SSL certificates were only recognized and trusted … Read More

Google Consent Mode and V2 

Have you configured Google Consent Mode for all your websites‚Ķ Are you sure? We often see that customers think they have implemented Google Consent Mode when it is actually not the case.¬†¬† What is Google Consent mode?¬† Google introduced Consent … Read More

The responsibility of GDPR’s explicit consent

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a data privacy law that came into effect in 2018, has established four main principles that organizations must follow when processing personal data: transparency, consent, security, and rights. … Read More

DNS Management 

As a multinational company, you likely possess a portfolio of diverse brands, operate across international borders, and maintain a variety of websites. The process of getting these websites up and running involves your IT department configuring DNS records, a process … Read More

Why you need GDPR compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a comprehensive privacy law enacted by the European Union (EU), effective May 25, 2018. This regulation is designed to protect personal data of individuals and applies to all entities, including companies, organizations and … Read More

Embarking on New Horizons: Insights from a Transformative Internship 

Hello there! I’m Jamie Kneebone, a business and IT management student excited to share my experiences as a product owner during my six-month internship at Nixon Digital from September 2023 to January 2024. ¬† A period of making valuable connections, … Read More

Google’s New Email Security Requirement

Introduction ‚Äď what is the challenge?  Every minute 240 million emails are sent which are either automatically detected or manually reported by users as SPAM. A large mail provider such as Google (Gmail) has announced taking additional measures to be … Read More

CJEU’s Ruling on IAB Europe‚Äôs Transparency and Consent Framework¬†

On March 7th, 2024, the CJEU (the Court of Justice of the European Union) made a significant decision regarding the TCF (the Transparency and Consent Framework) of IAB Europe (the Interactive Advertising Bureau Europe). This ruling, in the case of … Read More

Legal action against Adobe for Privacy violation in the Netherlands

Adobe, famous for its PDF software and Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), is facing legal trouble in the Netherlands. The Dutch Data Protection Foundation (SDBN) is taking legal actions against Adobe. The foundation stated that Adobe secretly collects personal data of … Read More

Is Google Fonts GDPR-Compliant?

Google Fonts is a popular web font service for designers. However, the privacy of using Google Fonts is questionable. Google Fonts violated privacy regulations and might not be as safe as you would expect. In this blog, we will take a … Read More