SiteLock President Named to Prestigious Online Trust Alliance’s Board

April 7, 2015 in SiteLock News

Neill Feather

SiteLock announced today that its president, Neill Feather, has joined the board of the Online Trust Alliance (OTA), a leading non-profit organization dedicated to building online trust.

“SiteLock’s mission aligns perfectly with that of the OTA, so it is a pleasure for me to join its board and forward both our organizations’ goals,” noted Neill Feather, President of SiteLock. “SiteLock and the OTA are strong proponents of educating businesses and, collectively, we hope to share best practices and thwart the rising number of dangerous and malicious cybercriminal efforts.”

About the OTA

Formed as an informal industry working group in 2005, the OTA is a charitable organization dedicated to enhancing online trust and empowering users, while also promoting innovation and the vitality of the internet. OTA is global organization that is backed by over 100 organizations in the technology, security eCommerce, financial and governmental industries. It is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, with offices in Washington, D.C. OTA’s goals include:

“OTA’s newest board members bring unique experiences which will prove invaluable to our mission of enhancing consumer trust and promoting marketplace innovation. Neill knows website security inside and out — from small business to enterprise.” – Craig Spiezle, Executive Director and President of OTA.

SiteLock’s involvement with OTA comes at a time when over 70% of security breaches are targeted to small businesses or similar industries. In fact, there are 160,000 new samples of malware being spotted every day – and trojans are now responsible for four out of five (79.9 percent) malware infections around the world. SiteLock aims to help businesses of all sizes prevent and address data breaches through its innovative and sophisticated web security solutions.

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