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Airspeed-Wireless Safeguards Their Website with SiteLock [Case Study]

Company Background

Tony Spiridigliozzi is the founder of the successful eCommerce website Airspeed-Wireless.com. The website features security, wireless, switching products, IP cameras and VoIP phones. Its mission is to offer quality Cisco and Meraki products at low prices with exceptional customer service. Airspeed-Wireless.com has been recognized for its success and earned the Small and Midsize Business Specialization from Cisco and Certified Meraki Network Associate designation.

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Ask a Security Professional: Firewall Series – Part Three: Stateless vs Stateful

In Part Three of our firewall series, we’re drilling down into some of the mechanisms used in firewalls, namely the progression from stateless to stateful packet filtering. First, packet filtering is the action of inspecting the traffic traversing the firewall’s network to determine if the traffic is meeting the firewall’s security policy. Traffic conforming to the firewall’s security policy is allowed to proceed, while traffic not meeting the policy (e.g. a malicious attempt) is blocked.

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Ask a Security Professional: Firewall Series – Part Two: Web Application Firewalls

Part Two: Firewalls -> Web Application Firewalls (WAF)

Every website uses web applications, some more intricate than others. More and more website owners are turning to robust web applications like WordPress to build and manage their  websites. In fact, over a quarter of all websites on the internet use WordPress as a platform, and nearly half of the web is estimated to utilize some kind of content management system.

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Ask a Security Professional: Firewall Series – Part One: Network Firewalls

One question that SiteLock encounters quite often is “Why do I need a firewall when my host has one?” If you haven’t spent a good portion of your life researching firewalls, it’s easy to understand why you’d ask. Most website hosting companies utilize what is generally referred to as a Network Firewall, which is fundamentally different from, but equally as important as, a Web Application Firewall (WAF) like SiteLock® TrueShield. As a WordPress website owner, it is imperative to understand the roles that each plays in your website’s security.

In Part One below, we’re covering Network Firewalls.

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