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Decoding Bytes Episode 4: Facing the Consequences

On our last installment of Decoding Bytes, our experts explained what it means when your hosting provider suspends your website. Did you know that a suspended website is not the only consequence of having an insecure website? In fact, in Q1 2018, 37% of website owners who had a cyberattack on their website reported that the attack damaged their profitability.

In this week’s series finale of Decoding Bytes, our hosts Ryan Austin and Jessica Ortega discuss the potential fallout from a successful cyberattack. These consequences can range from being removed from search engine listings to defaced websites, and damaged customer trust. They’ll also give you some tips for securing your website and avoiding these consequences.  There are solutions available for websites of all shapes and sizes including malware scanners and web application firewalls.

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Decoding Security 125: Hack The Planet

Decoding Security’s most recent episode, Cryptocurrency 101, brought insight into the elusive digital trend of cryptocurrency. Well, it is once again making headlines. Earlier this month, a 20-year old California college student was arrested for stealing over $5M in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies by hijacking more than 40 cell phone numbers. Also making cybersecurity news, inmates from five different Idaho Department of Correction facilities hacked tablets given to them for email, music, and games. By exploiting a vulnerability in the tablet’s software, they collected nearly $225,000 worth of credits to purchase various games and eBooks.

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Decoding Bytes Episode 3: Why Is My Website Down?

In previous episodes of Decoding Bytes, our experts answered the questions “Whose job is website security?” and “What does my hosting provider do for me?” But what happens when your website is suspended? How do you get it back online?

Join our hosts Jessica Ortega and Ryan Austin as they discuss what happens when your hosting provider takes your website offline. While this is one example of the consequences of a malware infection, it’s not a punishment. Learn how suspending an infected website actually protects the site and its visitors from further damage.

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Decoding Bytes Episode 2: What’s a Host Got to Do With It?

On last week’s episode, SiteLock experts answered a common question: who is responsible for website security?  The answer came as a surprise to some.  With nearly half of website owners believing that their hosting provider is in charge of their site’s security, some viewers may be left wondering what exactly their hosting provider is responsible for.

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Decoding Security 124: Cryptocurrency 101

Many consider cryptocurrency to be the future of money since it eliminates disclosing personal financial information when purchasing goods and services online. So, what do you need to know? Security Analysts Jessica Ortega and Ramuel Gall highlight information you need to know about cryptocurrency and cryptojacking as you listen in this week.

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Decoding Security 123: What Are You Wearing?!

Hot on the heels of the major cyberattack on Ticketfly comes the news of a breach affecting Ticketmaster UK. Impacting customers who purchased concert tickets in the UK, it was reported that malware was found in the website’s third party customer chat client. The malware flew under the radar for months, accessing credit card and personal information of 40,000 victims between September 2017 and June 2018. Stealthy malware is just one of many topics featured in Q1 2018 edition of the SiteLock Website Security Insider – our hosts cover some of the highlights of the report.

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Decoding Security 122: Shut The Front Door

We continue to hear about cyberattacks and data breaches around the world. Last week, the European retailer, Dixons Carphone, admitted to a huge data breach involving 5.9 million credit cards and 1.2 million personal data records. Meanwhile in the United States, net neutrality has officially been repealed. The rules that required internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content are no longer in effect as of June 11, 2018.

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The Secret Life of Websites: The SiteLock Website Security Insider Q1 2018

Breaking news: No website is too small to hide from a cyberattack.

Enterprises and big brands may receive unwanted publicity for cyberattacks and data breaches, but smaller doesn’t mean safer. In fact, website attacks increased 14 percent in Q1 2018 compared to Q4 2017 as cybercriminals set their sights on independent websites and small businesses. A successful attack can result in a loss of revenue, a drop in traffic, and damage to the business or website’s reputation. The good news is? There are easy and effective ways website owners can protect their sites and reduce their risk. Knowing what you’re up against is the first step to creating a safe experience for your website and visitors.

The SiteLock Website Security Insider Q1 2018 analyzes data from over 10 million websites to pinpoint the threats website owners need to be aware of. As a new feature to the report, SiteLock surveyed 250 website owners to assess their knowledge and preparedness of cybersecurity. Below are some of the key findings and first steps to securing your website. For more insights and actionable advice for all website owners, download the full report.

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The SiteLock Risk Assessment Explained [Video]

Did you know all the features that make your website unique and engaging could also be putting it at risk of compromise? The reality is, all websites are at risk of attack—and your site features, like plugins, are actually putting you at an increased risk. This is why it’s important for website owners to understand their likelihood of a breach. When you know your risk, you can make an educated and proactive decision about your security.

But how can you find out your risk, and what can you do to lower your chances of a breach? SiteLock created a proprietary risk assessment to determine your likelihood of a compromise. The assessment reviews your site and calculates your risk score on a scale of low, medium, and high—ensuring you’re informed about any potential threats you might face.

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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 2018 Top Companies to Work for in Arizona by azcentral.com! This is the second consecutive year SiteLock has been recognized as a top company and even more notable, we ranked #30 in our category based on employee survey results and for creating a culture that our employees love to be a part of.

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