Website Security

Protect your business.

With your reputation and revenue at stake, rely on powerful and user-friendly security tools to give you 一and your customers 一peace of mind.

Complete web security you can rely on to protect your revenue and your reputation

No website is too small to be open to vulnerabilities. Nearly 70% of small and medium-sized businesses experience cyberattacks. Here’s how we’ll help protect you.
Protect data in transit
An SSL Certificate encrypts sensitive information and reassures your site’s visitors.
Scan sites for security threats
You’ll be alerted early to the presence of malware and vulnerabilities.
Create backup copies
Rest easy knowing we’ve got a copy of your site archived if you ever need it.

Protect yourself and your customers online with SSL

Typically used to secure credit card transactions, data transfer, passwords and more, an SSL certificate secures your domain to mitigate risk and boost customer confidence.

Most browsers display a padlock icon or another visual cue with the URL, identifying that it is secured. However if a site doesn’t have SSL, potential customers are warned that it’s “Not Secure”, and will leave and avoid your website.
SSL Certificates

Simple, Secure, Safe.

That little padlock? That means this site is secure and all data sent to and from it is encrypted. That’s a big deal when it comes to instilling confidence and trust in your ability to protect your customers. And it helps your site rank better in search engines to keep you ahead of your competition.

While an SSL certificate protects data in transit, it’s not enough to fully protect your website. That’s why additional security is highly recommended.
Website Security

Strike down internet menaces.

Malware, or malicious software, is the name for any kind of computer software with malicious intent. Most online threats are some form of malware. Daily scans help to avoid or remove malware and ensure you’re the first to know if there are any attacks on your website.
Website Backups

Keep your data in your hands.

A website compromise can be a heartbreaking and costly experience. In the event that an attack successfully compromises your site, you need to hit “reset” by erasing and then replacing your data with a backup. The best security plan for your business is a proactive plan that includes automatic backups.
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