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SiteLock President, Neill Feather, To Join eCommerce Panel at HostingCon 2017!

Each year we mark our calendars in anticipation for HostingCon, a global event for the cloud and service provider ecosystem. Taking place in Los Angeles, CA from April 3-6, 2017, HostingCon 2017 is the only event in North America designed completely to serve the good of the cloud and service provider industry.

This will be SiteLock’s ninth year attending HostingCon, and yet another year as a sponsor. As one of the industry’s most recognized event, we look forward to HostingCon because it provides the perfect platform to strengthen existing relationships while establishing new business opportunities within the hosting community.

This year is especially exciting for us because SiteLock President, Neill Feather, is participating in an eCommerce panel entitled, Trends in eCommerce 2017: Delivery Functionality and Success. The session will discuss how website owners can drive success amid today’s ever-evolving cyberthreats.

Featuring a panel of distinguished experts, the session will also address the latest eCommerce trends, including security, payment innovation, web apps, and customer churn. The panel discussion takes place Wednesday, April 5th from 2:30pm to 3:30pm, and is sure to be a conversation attendees won’t want to miss.

Click here for more information about the Trends in eCommerce 2017: Delivery Functionality and Success panel.

Law Firm Cyberattack

SiteLock Delivers Message of Website Security to 2017 ABA Tech Show

The SiteLock team is back in Scottsdale after attending the 31st annual ABA Tech Show in Chicago, IL. We spent our time discussing the importance of website security with hundreds of law professionals and provided insight to the common security risks law firms face today.

We were lucky enough to be a Gold Level partner at the 3-day event in the “Windy City,” which kicked off Wednesday, March 15th, and wrapped up Saturday, March 20th, 2017.

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Web developer blog

Fake Joomla! Plugin Keyscaptcha Still in the Wild

A favorite, and particularly sneaky, way to inject malicious content into popular CMS platforms is through fake extensions and plugins. Fake plugins disguise their malicious intent by mimicking the form and function of legitimate plugins. We will discuss a not-so-well-known fake Joomla! extension, what it does, and what you can do to protect your site from such attacks.

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SiteLock cloud-based security solutions

How SiteLock Found its Niche in the World of Cybersecurity

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.

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Cybersecurity

Vote for SiteLock INFINITY

We are excited to announce that SiteLock INFINITY has been nominated for the prestigious Cybersecurity Excellence Award. However, we need your vote to win! Continue reading to find out how and why you should vote.

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SiteLock WAF Video

Check out our New WAF Video!

As a website owner, one of your main goals is to increase website traffic. Ultimately, the more traffic you have, the more revenue your business generates…right? Well, not necessarily. And we can explain why.

Bots represent over 60 percent of all website traffic, meaning there are potentially more Internet bots than humans frequenting your site. There are essentially two types of bots, “good” and “bad.” Good bots carry out jobs like search engine crawling. Bad bots represent 35 percent of all bot traffic and perform malicious tasks, like DDoS attacks. Not to mention that the more web traffic visiting and requesting information from your site, the slower it renders.

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Cybersecurity

Why Cybersecurity Matters

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is observed every October to raise awareness around the importance of cybersecurity. As we head into a new month, we remain focused on promoting the importance of practicing vigilance about cybersecurity year-round.

At SiteLock, our mission is to help create a secure Internet for all users. Regardless of industry, age or education, cybersecurity concerns us all. Cyberattacks can impact individuals as young as children, and organizations as large as Yahoo. Learn from the examples we provide in this blog as SiteLock President, Neill Feather, weighs in on why cybersecurity should matter to you.

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Security by Obscurity [Infographic]

The term, “security by obscurity” implies that the less popular and attention grabbing your website is, the less likely it is to be targeted by cybercriminals. The truth is, there is no such thing as “too small to hack.” Read our infographic to learn more.

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SiteLock Whitepaper

Protecting the Enterprise against Third-Party Code

“Websites are the one IT asset you want to be publicly available. You want the customer to engage and interact. But you still need it to be safe.” – Neill Feather, President at SiteLock

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), a month dedicated to raising awareness around the importance of cybersecurity. At SiteLock, we strive to make the Internet a safer place by protecting websites and educating users about cybersecurity risks and solutions.

As part of our commitment to cybersecurity, SiteLock has developed a report in conjunction with Crowd Favorite to distinguish key website features that increase the likelihood of a website compromise. The report also includes five basic security steps all organizations should take to protect themselves from exposure and mitigate cyber risks. This blog provides a recap of the report. You can also download the full report here.

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Factors that increase website vulnerabilities

The More Popular The Website, The More Likely The Cyberattack

In honor of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), SiteLock has published new website security data to help raise awareness about the need for increased website protection and cybersecurity.

Over 760,000 websites are breached each year. However, only 6 percent of website owners use proactive website monitoring for suspicious activity, while 84 percent don’t find out about website attacks until after they’ve been compromised.

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