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The Hard Costs of Having Your Business Website Hacked… EVERYTHING

As National Cyber Security Awareness Month wraps up for yet another year, have you learned anything? More important, have you done anything, at least to improve your security? In case the answer to one or both is no, I thought I’d share the experiences of just a couple of small businesses (one which I worked with personally) that learned about security the hard way.

In the first case, the victim was a small but thriving electronics business based in Nevada. Their problems began when they started getting phone calls from angry suppliers wanting to know why some big bills hadn’t been paid. After some investigating, the business owners figured out that the bills had not been paid because they had never actually placed the orders.

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Keys to WordPress Security

Word Press Security If you’re using WordPress to host your website or your blog, I hope you’re aware of the growing security risks and what you need to do to avoid them. Not only is WordPress one of the most popular website platforms for businesses, it’s also one of the most popular amongst hackers. But for very different reasons.

There’s little doubt that WordPress has become one of the most popular website and blogging platforms of all time, with more than 60 million WordPress sites around the globe. But being the best comes with a price and, in the case of WordPress, that means sustaining attacks by hackers. WordPress has become such a big target for hackers that earlier this year a security firm decided to log the number of hack attacks over a period of a few months. The results were eye-opening.

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How to Protect My Website from Cybercrime

In a recent interview with Barry Moltz on Blog Talk Radio, Neill Feather, President of SiteLock, responds to the growing concern, particularly for small businesses, of website risks and how adding website security can protect online businesses and their reputation.

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Protect your website from hackers and cybercrime.

The fact is that small businesses are increasingly a prime target for cyber crime. Case in point – Neill references a recent study by Verizon that states that 95% of online businesses that are attacked by hackers have fewer than 100 employees. And the number of attacks continues to grow each day.

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Fear of the Walking Botnet

BotnetsWith all the movies and TV series focused on zombies lately, many of us seem to have zombies on the brain. Think they don’t actually exist? Oh but they do – in the form of business and personal computers compromised with malicious software capable of engaging all kinds of nasty behavior.

Networks of zombie computers are called botnets, and many experts believe that botnets now represent the single biggest cyber threat, to businesses and to consumers:

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