We’re excited to announce that SiteLock INFINITY was recently recognized as a finalist in the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards in the Anti-Malware category! The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards recognize companies, products and individuals that demonstrate excellence, innovation and leadership in information security.
When SiteLock President, Neill Feather, founded SiteLock in 2008, there were many website security options available to large enterprises. However, for small and medium-sized (SMB) businesses, finding a comprehensive and affordable website security solution was nearly unheard of. Fast-forward nine years, and SiteLock now secures over 6 million websites worldwide, many of which belong to small business owners.
In a recent B2B Growth Podcast: How Finding Your Niche Can Accelerate Growth, Feather explains how SiteLock found its niche by creating a website security solution tailored to small businesses and enterprises alike. He also shares key insights into how strategic partnerships and thought leadership have been the driving forces behind SiteLock’s continued growth.
The ease and accessibility of working remotely is increasing for our workforce. This is especially true for legal professionals. In a recent Law Technology Today article, SiteLock president, Neill Feather, addresses the current dangers that remote working poses to client confidentiality among today’s law firms.
The article notes, “fewer lawyers—only 63 percent—are working in traditional office settings.” With this change in data accessibility, legal professionals are at a much greater risk of cyberattacks and breaches of confidential client information.
Feather shares five tips that law firms should implement to secure their data and proactively protect their reputation. Read the full article here.
Merry Christmas! In the spirit of the season, we’ve created a satirical rendition of the 12 Days of Christmas to educate website owners about online risks. Watch the video to learn some of the most common “gifts” cybercriminals are giving away this year.
Retail therapy is the act of shopping with the primary purpose to improve the buyer’s mood. This form of “therapy” is practiced among many consumers, with more than half of Americans admitting to making a purchase as a way to lift their spirits. As therapeutic as shopping can be, it also raises fear among many consumers – especially around the holiday season. With websites, including eCommerce sites, experiencing 22 attacks per day on average, shoppers have good reason to be concerned.
SiteLock is expanding the network behind our web application firewall, TrueShield, and our content delivery network, TrueSpeed. To accommodate our growing customer base, we’re adding over 1,500 new unique IP addresses on January 8th, 2017. This will require some customers to make changes to their firewall or web server configuration to ensure our new servers are compatible with your website’s hosting server. If these changes are not made by January 8th, 2017, your site visitors may be restricted from accessing your website.
With Cyber Monday just one week away, learn more about how consumers feel about the security of online shopping and what you can do to help prevent your data being stolen.
With the holidays quickly approaching and online shopping expected to hit record highs, it’s the perfect time to make sure your customers, and your bottom line, aren’t at risk. In fact, shipping experts like FedEx, are predicting another record-breaking year of shipments driven by eCommerce purchases.
With the push for holiday shopping about to begin, we conducted a survey to take a closer look at trends in online shopping and how that relates to what we’re passionate about: protecting websites and their users.
Festive decorations adorn storefronts and holiday music fills every shop; a reminder that the holiday season is upon us. It is a busy time of the year, full of parties, reunions with family and friends and plenty of shopping.
According to the National Retail Federation, 2016’s holiday sales are expected to increase 3.6 percent over last year to 655.8 billion dollars. Shoppers are estimated to spend an average of $935.58 on gifts, food, décor, cards, and personal purchases.
That means a lot of time spent in stores and online looking for just the right gift, decoration, or meal for the season. It is also a prime time for a crime, especially if you’re shopping online.