Online safety can be a bit of a minefield but, if you run a photography website as part of your business, it’s best to invest in effective security software that includes an antivirus, firewall and personal information protection tools. Frontrunners include norton Security and McAfee Total Protection.
if you’re putting your photos on a website, it’s also a good idea to copyright them, ideally with a watermark on each image. You can generally add a copyright notice to an image file’s metadata as well as applying a watermark in editing programs like Adobe lightroom.
new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation has recently come into force so you should be aware of this if you store information on clients or routinely contact them. The iCO (information Commissioner’s Office) offers a useful data protection self-assessment toolkit, which you can access for free at ico.org.uk.
Add a copyright notice to the metadata when putting your images on a website