Webnames.ca President and Co-founder, Cybele Negris’ new article in Business In Vancouver is out, and she discusses ways to Prevent Your Intellectual Property from Being Hijacked.
Having a domain name and a website are both essential to businesses today, and with that arises a potential liability to be aware of. Whether it be a past employee who has been fired or a rogue web designer who has worked with your company, these relationships can sometimes go sour. Information shared with these people about the registration of the domain name and access to the website and email are hijacked as a result.
Cybele advises different ways to protect your intellectual property:
- Register your domain and buy your hosting plan yourself and do it in your name.
- Never give your account user name or password to anyone.
- Use the technical contact.
The full article is available on the Business In Vancouver website.
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