Search results: "security insider" Page 3 of 5

Cybercriminal

What Do the Pentagon and Facebook Have in Common? Website Security.

If you own or manage a website you’re probably focused on improving the look and feel of the site, its traffic, speed, and functionality. Is website security a priority for you? For many website owners, it isn’t…until their website gets hacked.

The consequences of a website hack can be detrimental to your company, including a hit to your brand’s reputation and bottom line. Large companies are well aware of this, which is why many have “Bug Bounty Programs” to reward website users for finding and reporting bugs, like exploits and vulnerabilities that live on their websites. There have been two popular bug bounty cases in the news lately with organizations you’re probably familiar with, the United States Pentagon and Facebook.

Read More

Cybersecurity Report: August 4, 2015

Fiat Chrysler to Recall 1.4 Million Vehicles in U.S. to Prevent Hacking

FCA US LLC, formerly Chrysler Group LLC, announced on Friday that Fiat Chrysler will recall 1.4 million vehicles in US to install software to prevent hackers from gaining remote control of the engine, steering and other systems. According to federal officials, this is the first such action of its kind. This announcement was made several days after cyber security researchers succeeding in using a wireless connection to turn off a Jeep Cherokee’s engine as it drove. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also said on Friday that it would investigate whether FCA’s solution to upgrade software was enough to protect consumers from hackers.

Read More

Cybersecurity Report: June 23, 2015

Cybersecurity Pros Warn Against Insider Threats

cybersecurity reportA recently released Insider Threat Report collected data from over 500 cybersecurity professionals to examine industrial efforts against insider threats. According to the report, although there has been a rise of insider threats over the last 12 months, organizations are not fully prepared for it yet. The report also examined which user categories showed the largest threat, the most vulnerable applications and data, common launch points for attacks, budget trends and more.

Read More

The Benefits of Securing Your Client Websites

Welcome to the second article in our Making Security Makes Sense to Clients series.

In our first post, I talked about the importance of securing your own site first, and what can happen if you don’t. If you’ll recall, a website hack ruined my first internet business and I want to make sure you’re doing all you can to mitigate the risks to your own website, and those of your clients.

Let’s assume your own site is secured. Great. Now, what about your client sites? Are you actively implementing basic security best practices on the sites you hand over? This post will talk about why securing your clients’ websites is important to your immediate and long-term business.

Read More

cyberattacks 2018

What Website Owners Need to Know About Cyberattacks In 2018

Imagine if one in every 15 websites you visited was secretly taken over by cybercriminals trying to steal your credit card information or other personal data. Now imagine if that website was your website, and you had no idea it was harming your visitors. This is the reality for many website owners, and now more than ever, they  need to be on alert for cyberattacks in 2018.

In Q3 2017, SiteLock discovered alarming cybercrime trends that will likely affect websites for months to come. The most worrying trend for website owners: cybercriminals are increasingly using malware, or software that is used for malicious purposes, to take advantage of website visitors. In fact, nearly 15 percent of malware attacks targeted website visitors with the goal of exploiting them for sensitive data, website traffic, and other assets or resources. That’s not all: cybercriminals attempted to compromise more websites in Q3 2017 than in the previous quarter, increasing their attempted attacks by 16 percent

Read More

sitelock website security insider q3 2017

Nancy and the Terrible Tale of Malware

Nancy is a small business owner who runs an ecommerce store selling women’s clothing. She knows there’s a lot of competition out there, so she works hard to make her customers happy. She’s found that one of the best ways to attract new customers and keep them coming back is by creating a feature-rich, user-friendly website that visitors love to use. Nancy’s website provides an easy shopping experience for her customers thanks to the features included with ecommerce plugins like Magento and WooCommerce. It also includes linked social media accounts, videos, pages of merchandise, and more!

One day, Nancy woke up to an inbox full of emails from frustrated customers. Something was wrong with her website! 

Read More

5 Ways to Protect Your Website From SEO Spam Attacks

As a small business, your website is a critical component of your success — in fact, it’s hard to be in business at all without a website these days. SEO is vital to ensuring your website gains the most visibility from as many potential customers as possible. Small businesses spend an average of $497 per month on SEO services to improve search rankings, keyword selection, and number of backlinks. However, an increased focus on SEO among small businesses has led to a popular type of cyberattack with the potential to destroy your search rankings.

Negative SEO attacks (also called SEO spam attacks) accounted for more than half of all cyberattacks in 2018 and have become increasingly common. This number was also up 7.3% from the previous year. These attacks sink website search rankings by deluging sites with countless files containing malicious keywords and backlinks. Search rankings can make or break a small business, so understanding how to strengthen SEO security and prevent these types of attacks is a must.

Read More

A Guide to Website Defacement Prevention

Much like graffiti in the physical world, website defacement attacks can leave a visible mark on your digital property. In carrying out this type of attack, cybercriminals typically replace existing content on your site with their own messages — whether those messages are intended to be political, religious, or simply shocking.

As a small business owner, you know that your website is a critical component of your business. It provides prospective customers with first impressions of your company and may even serve as a digital storefront. A defacement attack that makes visitors turn around and leave could have lasting consequences on your business. 

Read More

Types of malware

Breaking Down 5 Different Types of Malware Every Small Business Should Know

Modern malicious software — or malware for short — has reached unprecedented levels of sophistication, and as the attack landscape continues to evolve, new threats will undoubtedly emerge. Malware affecting websites poses a special danger to businesses. Even some of the world’s largest corporations have fallen victim to attacks.

Read More

Interior Designer Keeps Her Site Beautiful with SiteLock After Malware Attack

Company Overview

Founded in 2003, Rochelle Interiors is a full-service interior design consultation business offering decorating, space planning, remodeling, and updating for clients’ homes. Founder Rochelle Mella believes in providing graceful aesthetics with functional design to meet the needs of individual budgets. Through rochelleinteriors.com, prospective and current customers can review services offered, view images of before and after projects, and submit a quick inquiry.

Read More

Page 3 of 5