I have previously talked about the serious issue of ‘computer hacking’ – when someone (or something) unauthorized to do so, gains access to your computer website.
It’s a serious issue because this unauthorized person will be able to make changes to the material found on, and functioning of, your website.
And it’s not just happening to the ‘big guys’. My church, and a few others I partner with, have been hacked.
Even more problematic is that hacking is increasing. According to 2015 data from the UK, ¾ of small businesses have suffered from some kind of security issue.
For churches, hacking is serious because more than any money issues, hacking can affect a vital aspect of your church – its good reputation.