Understanding The Importance And Role Of SiteLock In Website And Server Security

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In the last decade, the number of cyberattacks has been constantly going up. In its Global Incident Report Analysis, Accenture noted a triple digit increase in global cyberattack volumes for the first half of 2021. Unfortunately, cyber attacks target small and medium-sized businesses too. 

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A Quick Guide to SSL Certificates and SiteLock Security

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The internet is an amazing place for a lot of things – social connections, information, knowledge, and more importantly, business. The recent past has changed the way we do business, with a greater focus on contactless transactions, with more and more people preferring online modes of purchase. Businesses, looking at these changing needs, are going online with their services.

However, these increased e-commerce transactions led to a major problem – increased cyber attacks. As a result, website owners are looking for stringent security protocols to ensure proper cybersecurity and protect themselves against major attacks. In this article, we will be discussing two popular cybersecurity entities – SSL Certificates and SiteLock Security.

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A Detailed Guide To SiteLock Security

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With the rising number of websites and more and more businesses preferring online modes of interaction and transaction, the number of cyberattacks is also on the rise. However, it is a misconception that only larger corporations fall prey to hacking, malware or ransomware. Small, medium and new businesses are an easy target for hackers, especially because these organizations sometimes fail to adopt stricter cybersecurity protocols.

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Steps To Improve Site Security And Mitigate Cyber Threats

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Website security has become an essential consideration for site owners around the world. Partly, this is because people are more aware of cybersecurity, data privacy, and data security. People don’t want to shop on an unsecured website. One warning about your website from a web browser can result in a permanent loss of that customer. 

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