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How to Make A Website Secure

How to Make A Website Secure: A Guide for Business Owners

Given the ever-present threat of cyberattacks, it is crucial for business owners to make website security a top priority. Although the question of how to make a website secure might sound complex, it’s not as hard as it seems. In fact, just taking a few simple steps can greatly improve your website security. If you’re a business owner, read on to learn about how you can secure your company website.

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Type Of Malware That Collects Bits Of Data

There are countless forms of malware, and in many cases, it’s easy to recognize that something’s amiss. But some types of malware, such as spyware, can inflict serious damage while going completely unnoticed. Here’s what website owners need to know about spyware and how to prevent it.

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How Dangerous is Malware to Your Business Website?

Many small business owners believe their websites aren’t significant enough to interest cybercriminals. Unfortunately, many cybercriminals specifically target business websites of all sizes. One of the most serious cyberthreats is malware, which is malicious software designed to damage a website. So, how dangerous is malware to your site? Here’s what you need to know about malware, and how to protect your business.

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How To Get Rid Of Malware From A Website

The extent of the damage a malware attack can have on your website typically depends on a number of variables, not the least of which is your response time. The longer it takes to detect and remove malware, the more expensive the recovery process becomes. Unfortunately, many types of malware are deliberately designed to keep themselves concealed for as long as possible. Eventually, however, the symptoms of a malware-infected website can become hard to miss.

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9 Types of Malware All Website Owners Need to Know

As a website owner, chances are you’ve heard a great deal about malware. But you may wonder what exactly malware is, and why it’s such a serious threat to your website and your site’s visitors. In this article, we’ll cover some of the most common types of malware that every website owner needs to know in order to protect their business from cyber threats, as well as how to protect you site with the right malware removal solution if your site is infected.

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The Financial Impact of Cyberthreats: Secure Your Site to Prevent these Top Expenses

What’s the biggest expense your business faces? Whether it’s rent, payroll, or something else, there’s one potentially huge cost many business owners don’t factor in until they’re facing it – the cost of recovering from a cyberattack.

A data breach, ransomware attack or other digital attack that knocks your website offline can cost your business anywhere from thousands to millions of dollars in remediation, lawsuits from customers and fines by regulators. These kinds of crimes are rampant and target businesses of all sizes. The problem is so severe and widespread that Cybersecurity Ventures projects that cyberattacks will cost organizations worldwide $6 trillion by 2021.

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Protect your business with security awareness training

Even a company with the most sophisticated cybersecurity tools and expert security teams can fall prey to cybercriminals if they overlook one area of vulnerability: their people. Humans can be distracted, intimidated and especially – misled. In fact, 97% of us can’t tell a phishing email from a legitimate one. Cybercriminals know this, which is why phishing attacks account for more than 80% of reported security incidents and why 54% of companies say their data breaches were caused by “negligent employees.

Businesses of any size can fight back by providing their employees security awareness training and implementing other security best practices across their organization. This kind of cost-effective program can help your employees to understand cyber threats. That knowledge can empower them to protect your organization by spotting red flags and reporting them to IT.

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Top 4 Tips to Get Ahead of Security Threats

According to recent research, malware currently infects an estimated 12.8 million websites globally. These infections make sites vulnerable to takeovers, defacement and data breaches from bad actors looking to tarnish site reputations and turn a profit – and the costs can be devastating for businesses. In fact, the average data breach now costs businesses $1.9 million, which is enough to significantly impact any organization – regardless of size.

To avoid the harmful impacts of a cyberattack, businesses should get proactive about protecting their site now, before the damage is done. Here are our top 4 cybersecurity tips your business can deploy now to get proactive on preventing data breaches, site defacement, DDoS attacks and other threats that put your sites at risk.

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SiteLock® INFINITY™ Wins the 2020 Cloud Computing Product of the Year Award!

We are excited to announce that SiteLock® INFINITY™ has been recognized as a winner of the 2020 Cloud Computing Excellence Product of the Year Award by TMC’s Cloud Computing Magazine for the second year in a row! The Cloud Computing Product of the Year Award honors companies with the most innovative, useful, and beneficial cloud products and services that have been available to deploy within the past year.

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Understanding Cybersecurity

In the age of data, with organizations creating trillions of gigabytes of new information each year, it’s easy to think of cybersecurity as a mere synonym for “data protection.” But cybersecurity is so much more. By shielding companies’ data and systems from organized criminal attacks, cybersecurity programs also protect businesses from operational interruptions, financial losses, legal penalties, and the destruction of customer trust.

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