It’s a small business owner’s worst nightmare! What happens when Nancy’s website is hacked by cybercriminals? How will her business recover? Find out in our latest infographic!
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What does a pirate attack on a celebrity yacht and a website compromise have in common? Read our infographic to learn the unprecedented parallels between how stealthy pirates stole from a yacht during a high-profile party, and how cybercriminals are increasingly sneaking their way into websites for self-serving purposes, like to steal email addresses and credit card info they can resell on the black market.
Many small business owners don’t realize their websites are targeted by cybercriminals. As a result, they may not have proper security in place to protect their sites in the event of a malicious cyberattack. Instead, they rely on “security by obscurity,” which implies that the less popular and attention grabbing the website, the less likely it is to be compromised.
In reality, there’s no such thing as “too small to hack.” Any business that has a website, regardless of number of features or amount of traffic, will always be at risk of cyber threats. Read our infographic to learn more.
Did you know that the more complex and feature-rich a website is, the more likely it is to be compromised? The problem at hand is, website owners might not be aware of all the potential security risks associated with their websites until after an issue has occurred.
In this infographic we compare celebrities to websites to help illustrate the correlation between website popularity and an increased likelihood of cyberattacks.
With Cyber Monday just one week away, learn more about how consumers feel about the security of online shopping and what you can do to help prevent your data being stolen.
Regardless of whether you’re a registered Democrat or Republican, your voter data could be in jeopardy of being compromised by cybercriminals. The 2016 Presidential election has brought on cyberattacks in 20 states, leading to two successful data breaches. Learn why 34 percent of voters believe this election will be or has been hacked.
The term, “security by obscurity” implies that the less popular and attention grabbing your website is, the less likely it is to be targeted by cybercriminals. The truth is, there is no such thing as “too small to hack.” Read our infographic to learn more.
The data from this infographic was updated in Q2 2017. Be sure to check out our updated Security by Obscurity infographic with new data.
Did you know that SiteLock scans more web pages in a day than McDonald’s sells hamburgers? How about that we analyze more source code files per day than Dominos sells pizzas in a year? We’ve put together this infographic to give you an idea of how quickly we work to mitigate cyber threats.