Plesk and Patchman have a longstanding partnership aimed at enabling hosting service providers (HSPs) to automatically detect and patch cybersecurity vulnerabilities at the server level. Now the team is taking that collaboration one step further with the release of the Patchman Extension, an integration which gives HSPs access to Patchman’s most powerful security solution—COVERAGE + CLEAN—right on the Plesk control panel.
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As a website owner, you know securing your site is a must. Websites of all sizes face frequent threats, including cyberattacks, website vulnerabilities, and malware. Fortunately, website owners can take action to protect their sites from these threats. If you’ve ever wondered what type of technology provides secure access to websites, the answer is encryption. Read on to learn more about encryption, and how it helps secure your site.
Performing a website security check is a must for business owners, especially as the threat landscape continues to evolve and threats become increasingly more sophisticated and stealthy. Recent data shows website attacks increased 52% in the past year, with the average website facing 94 attacks per day. In addition, an estimated 12.8 million websites are infected with malware worldwide.
Chances are you have heard about the dangers of an insecure website. You could also be asking yourself, why does my website say not secure, or wondering what it means when a website is not secure. Read on to find out what cybersecurity experts really mean when they say a site is not secure, and how to improve your site’s overall security.
Given the ever-present threat of cyberattacks, it is crucial for business owners to make website security a top priority. Although the question of how to make a website secure might sound complex, it’s not as hard as it seems. In fact, just taking a few simple steps can greatly improve your website security. If you’re a business owner, read on to learn about how you can secure your company website.
Even a company with the most sophisticated cybersecurity tools and expert security teams can fall prey to cybercriminals if they overlook one area of vulnerability: their people. Humans can be distracted, intimidated and especially – misled. In fact, 97% of us can’t tell a phishing email from a legitimate one. Cybercriminals know this, which is why phishing attacks account for more than 80% of reported security incidents and why 54% of companies say their data breaches were caused by “negligent employees.”
Businesses of any size can fight back by providing their employees with cyber security awareness training and implementing other security best practices across their organization. This kind of cost-effective program can help your employees to understand cyber threats. That knowledge can empower them to protect your organization by spotting red flags and reporting them to IT.
According to recent research, malware currently infects an estimated 12.8 million websites globally. These infections make sites vulnerable to takeovers, defacement and data breaches from bad actors looking to tarnish site reputations and turn a profit – and the costs can be devastating for businesses. In fact, the average data breach now costs businesses $1.9 million, which is enough to significantly impact any organization – regardless of size.
To avoid the harmful impacts of a cyberattack, businesses should get proactive about protecting their site now, before the damage is done. Here are our top 4 cybersecurity tips your business can deploy now to get proactive on preventing data breaches, site defacement, DDoS attacks and other threats that put your sites at risk.
We are excited to announce that SiteLock® INFINITY™ has been recognized as a winner of the 2020 Cloud Computing Excellence Product of the Year Award by TMC’s Cloud Computing Magazine for the second year in a row! The Cloud Computing Product of the Year Award honors companies with the most innovative, useful, and beneficial cloud products and services that have been available to deploy within the past year.
Cybercrime is on the rise, and attacks don’t show any signs of slowing down. In 2019, the world witnessed some of the largest-scale cyberattacks in history, including the First American breach that exposed almost 900 million customer transaction records and the Facebook database leak that revealed nearly 500 million personal records.
We are excited to announce that we have expanded our cybersecurity product portfolio to include SiteLock Security Awareness Training and Phishing Simulation! With this launch, our customers benefit from the convenience of provisioning an even broader suite of powerful, industry-leading cybersecurity solutions from a single vendor.