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How SiteLock Saved a Whale Watchers Website [Case Study]

Company Overview

Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises is dedicated to providing ‘Cape Cod’s Finest Whale Watching!’ Established in 1989, the company brings more than thirty years of experience to whale watching, with an impressive sighting rate of 99 percent. As the company’s popularity grew, its website was forced to expand from an initial online brochure to a comprehensive resource including whale watching information, trip scheduling and online ticket purchasing. These changes also greatly increased customer reach both nationally and internationally.

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Decoding Security Episode 101: EQUIHAX

Nicknamed “Equihax,” the recent Equifax breach is one of the largest data leaks in history, affecting millions of people. There has been a lot of discussion about proper incident response, and whether Equifax is following acceptable procedures.

In the debut episode of Decoding Security, SiteLock Website Security research Analysts Jessica Ortega and Michael Veenstra go beyond the cause of the breach to discuss what consumers can do to protect themselves now. And, even more importantly, what consumers can do to protect themselves going forward.

Listen to Decoding Security Episode 101: EQUIHAX

If you enjoyed this week’s episode, visit Decoding Security on your preferred podcasting service to leave a review and subscribe so that you don’t miss future episodes!

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Neill Feather Named One of the Phoenix Business Journal’s Most Admired Leaders

We are thrilled to announce our president and co-founder, Neill Feather, has been recognized as a Most Admired Leader by the Phoenix Business Journal. Neill’s overwhelming contributions to the company, community and industry as a whole have earned him a spot on the publication’s exclusive list.

“It’s a great honor to be included in this year’s list of Most Admired Leaders,” said Feather. “At SiteLock, we have worked hard to strengthen ties between our company and community, so it’s very rewarding to see our efforts pay off.”

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SiteLock Named One Of the Top Companies to Work For In Arizona!

We are excited to announce that SiteLock has been named one of the 2017 Top Companies to Work for in Arizona by azcentral.com and BestCompaniesAZ! Even more notable, we ranked #24 in our category based on employee survey results and for creating a culture that our employees love to be a part of.

We are also happy to report that our employee survey results averaged an overall favorable rate of 90 percent and an overall employee engagement score of 92 percent, which is more than double the national average, according to Denise Gredler, Founder and CEO of BestCompaniesAZ.

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10 WordPress Website Performance Best Practices

If you’re reading this article, it’s almost certainly not the first website performance article you’ve browsed. Let’s be honest, practically everyone has an opinion on the matter and you would probably deforest half the Amazon rainforest if you tried to print each article you’ve come across. Since we all want to save the habitat of the endangered Amazonian Wapuu and skip the conjecture, I’d like to share with you my 10 WordPress website performance best practices that provide gains you can actually measure.

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SiteLock Unlocked: A Day in the Life of a Website Security Research Analyst

Welcome to SiteLock Unlocked, our new blog series that provides exclusive one-on-one interviews with the awesome team members here at SiteLock. Through this series, you’ll get an inside look at the more personal side of SiteLock. We’ll interview different SiteLock members from various departments to highlight how their dedicated efforts contribute to your website security.

To kick-start our series, we sat down with a member of the SiteLock Research team to showcase what a day in the life as a SiteLock Website Security Research Analyst looks like.

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How a Self-Published Author Turned to SiteLock to Save His Website [Case Study]

Overview

Bill Kasal is a retired award-winning TV, video and radio producer. With over 25 years of experience, he has held many impressive roles including; Program Director and co-host for the Coachella Valley’s highest rated morning radio show, Executive Marketing Director for another, and Executive Producer for a seven-part PBS Series. After winning countless awards for television programs for nonprofit organizations, Kasal has turned his focus to writing books.

Kasal is the author of seven self-published books on Amazon. His writings cover a wide range of topics, including observations on daily life, family, recipes, humor, and his experiences as a reserve police officer. To share his stories and promote his books, Kasal relies heavily on his WordPress blog, billkasal.com.

Kasal started his blog in 2010, and not only uses it as an outlet for his writing, but also as a way for his site visitors to find his Amazon Author Page. “My blog has an active following, and my visitors reference it regularly to stay updated on my upcoming book launches,” Kasal says.

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Zero Day Vulnerability in WordPress Password Reset

This week an unpatched vulnerability in WordPress was disclosed by security researcher Dawid Golunski that could potentially allow an attacker to reset admin passwords. This vulnerability impacts most versions of WordPress, including the current release 4.7.4.

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Malware Removal

How Website Vulnerabilities Are Getting Your Site Hacked

We all know someone who’s been in a difficult position following a security breach. They are rushing to assess the damage, while simultaneously repairing website functionality to limit the compromise. It’s a stressful situation, especially if you’ve had to deal with a compromise more than once. Unfortunately for some website owners this is a reality — shortly after the initial security breach, the website becomes compromised again. It leaves the website owner asking why their website is being targeted and how the website re-infection is happening.

The short answer is that it’s most likely due to unresolved website vulnerabilities. While it may seem like you’ve been singled out and targeted by some menacing hackers, most of the time that isn’t the case. The majority of website compromises are preceded by automated campaigns that locate websites vulnerable to a particular exploit the hacker wishes to employ. The bottom line is, you aren’t the target that the hacker is singling out, it’s the software on your website. There are a couple main culprits for this scenario.

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