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Demystifying SSL and HTTPS: Why You Need This Simple Security Feature on Your Site

Recently, ServerPress released a huge update to their DesktopServer local development environment software: Native support for SSL and PHP7. Next week, look for an interview with ServerPress partner Marc Benzakein on these features and the journey of building this highly anticipated release.

Now, let’s take a closer look at SSL and HTTPS to understand why this was such an important feature to support, and why you should have HTTPS enabled on your website no matter your CMS or business case.

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CMS security update

Joomla! Releases 3.8.9 Including Security Updates

The newest version of Joomla!, version 3.8.9, was released on June 26, 2018. This version addresses two minor security vulnerabilities and several other bugs which caused errors in the application’s core.

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SiteLock Website Security Video

How To Protect Your Website From Cyberattacks With SiteLock SMART [Video]

Did you know websites experience around 50 attacks per day on average? Not to mention, 18.5 million websites on the internet are potentially infected with malware at any given moment. Whether you run a personal website, a blog, or a small business, cybersecurity may not be high on your priority list due to limited time and budget. With all that being said, it’s important to protect your website from malware attacks, and the good news is—it can be easy and affordable.

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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 Meanwhile in the United States, net neutrality has officially been repealed. The rules that required internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content are no longer in effect as of June 11, 2018.

 

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GDPR for WooCommerce Sites

Last week at WordCamp OC, I gave a talk on Security for WooCommerce sites. As ecommerce sites are much more complex and typically handle sensitive data through digital payment transactions, there are a lot more points of potential security breach. The same goes for GDPR compliance: all of these extra information processing steps must be vetted and checked for security, transparency in responsible data handling and opt-ins to collection.
This article will walk you through the extra steps you must take to ensure GDPR compliance for your WooCommerce website.

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SiteLock Reviews

SiteLock Customers Review: SiteLock Expert Services

When you’re busy managing your website, it helps to have a security expert on your side should you ever run into trouble. That’s where SiteLock Expert Services comes in. Expert Services is our team of trained security engineers who manually find and fix malware, vulnerabilities, and other security issues quickly. They partner with customers to help them through stressful and confusing situations, such as sophisticated cyberattacks and host suspensions. Their services are available a la carte or included with SiteLock INFINITY, so you’re always covered in the event of a cyberattack.

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WordCamp Europe 2018: The Past is Also the Future of WordPress

After a year of waiting, WordCamp Europe finally arrived last week in Belgrade, Serbia. This was the third year in a row that SiteLock sponsored #WCEU. If you didn’t know, WordPress celebrated it’s 15 year anniversary on May, 27th, just weeks before this event. It was a great look back at the beginnings of the WordPress and a look into the future of the open source software that powers over 30% of the internet.

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SiteLock Website Security Insider Q1 2018

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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WordCamp OC: Wizards, Paladins & Rogues, Oh My!

So WordCamp OC, pulling out all the stops this year!
Michael, CJ and I met up in Irvine, CA on June 9th & 10th to sponsor, speak, and just generally throw down at this year’s WordCamp OC, held again at the University of California Irvine.

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SiteLock Website Security Video

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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