It’s a known fact on the internet that if you have a website you will be hacked. It’s not a matter of IF it’s only a matter of WHEN and how extensive the damage is depends on how much work you put into prevention and a back up plan. Even small businesses can and will be hacked. Just because a website or a business might be small or large does not make it less likely to be hacked.
Small Business Owners Working From Home Need a Website Do you own a small business? Do you currently work from home? If you answered yes to these questions, it is incredibly important for you to have a great website that not only attacks customers/clients, but also produces leads that turn into deals. If you don’t [...]
Web site security issues with WordPress have become a known problem as a vast majority of WordPress sites and blogs are extremely vulnerable to various forms of cyber-attacks. This fact is especially troubling since over 172 million websites worldwide is now powered by the WordPress content management system. Some IT security experts report that over 70% of sites hosted on this platform have some vulnerabilities, increasing the chances of information theft or the planting of malware on the given site. A few of the most common security problems include SQL injection, easy access to sensitive backend files and administrator accounts that can be hacked too easily.