Website & Hosting - Website Security

Email security for banks: everything you need to know

by Guest

As the sophistication of cyberattacks increases, phishing attacks against email security remain popular, despite easily being able to identify phishing email scams. Most businesses, especially banks, can think that a spam filter in their inbox is all they need, but hackers view banks as one of the most desirable targets.

WordPress security: 7 essential steps (2020)

by Guest

If your WordPress site is hacked, you might lose your clients, funds, and reputation overnight. In this article, you'll find useful tips on how to protect yourself against hackers with affordable and accessible tools.

Do SSL certificates affect search rankings?

by Amélie

Your connection is not private? Oops…Someone might be trying to steal your information! As we announced our new partnership with global certificate authority provider Sectigo, we thought now might be a good time to refresh your memory on SSL. Discover which SSL certificate options are available for your brand and improve your Google SEO rankings. Farewell HTTP, hello HTTPS!

Increase in cyberattacks: how to be better protected?

by Amélie

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the health crisis as well as of many employees working remotely in order to increase the number of virus-related attacks. Discover our solutions to protect your company against these attacks.

Small business security tips for preventing malware threats

by Daniel

Small business owners, beware! Your website is especially vulnerable to malware. If you’ve not invested in the resources necessary to keep your website safe, a malware attack could severely cripple, even end, your business. Here are the cybersecurity solutions you need to fight this common threat.

How encrypted malware helps attackers evade SSL detection

by Guest

The secure sockets layer (SSL) protocol, designed to keep websites more secure, is being used by cybercriminals to conceal and launch encrypted malware attacks. Here's how encrypted malware evades SSL detection - and what you can do to ensure your business's users don't fall victim.

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