SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA — October 22, 2015
SiteLock, the global leader in website security solutions, announced they entered a partnership with Media Temple, a Los Angeles-based company that provides web and cloud hosting solutions to web designers, developers and creative agencies, to automatically include topnotch website security and malware protection.
According to industry research, 80% of website attacks are aimed at web applications1 and many companies aren't prepared for possible compromises. Through the partnership, SiteLock website protection is now automatically offered with Media Temple's managed VPS hosting (Virtual Private Server) offering as well as with Grid, the company's shared hosting platform, and its upper tier Managed WordPress plans.
"We continue to grow our business in the hosting space with excellent service and the ability to provide peace of mind to users. Websites hosted through Media Temple will now benefit from this partnership," notes Tom Serani, Executive Vice President of Business Development for SiteLock.
"We take security very seriously, which is why exclusively partnering with the industry leader in website security solutions, SiteLock, was a very logical choice for Media Temple. With security features like SiteLock's automated malware scan and removal, our customers can spend more time running and scaling their business and less time worrying about the security of their sites or web apps," says Zuzana Byrum, Senior Product Manager at Media Temple.
SiteLock can detect malware the minute it hits. After identifying malicious content, it automatically neutralizes and removes the threats. SiteLock then provides businesses with complete reports on scans, threats detected and items removed.
SiteLock, the Global Leader in business website security solutions, is the only web security solution to offer complete, cloud-based website protection. Its 360-degree monitoring finds and fixes threats, prevents future attacks, accelerates website performance and meets PCI compliance standards for businesses of all sizes. Founded in 2008, the company protects over 5,000,000 websites worldwide. For more information, please visit sitelock.com.1. Cenzic report focused on vulnerability disclosures for various commercial off-the-shelf and open-source software, 2009.