IMA On Guard: Protecting Your Website Against Cyber Attacks 24/7
In keeping with best practices and providing our clients with the most secure and dependable websites, we continue to enhance our web protection procedures in 2017. With nearly one million new cyber threats released every day, ramping up your website’s protection is a must. Google confirms that 32 percent more websites were hacked in 2016 compared to 2015, and as hackers become more motivated and sophisticated, this number will continue to rise. Without a security plan like IMA’s, your website runs the risk of compromising important company and user information—or worse, being shut down.
IMA’s website hosting and security package is your best insurance plan against a cyber attack. We know that your website is your storefront, digital sales executive, and your customer’s first interaction with your brand. Guarding it is vital to protecting your image and avoiding the loss of business due to disabling malware.
Our 2017 website hosting and security package includes additional preventive security measures to reduce the risk of a breach, plus 24/7 security monitoring and support:
- Daily security and monitoring scans
- Brand reputation monitoring
- System notifications and malware repairs
- Automatic responses to blacklist warnings
- Protection against website hijackings and shutdowns
- Defense against exploitation attempts
Should a new threat affect your website, our security team will work diligently to resolve any issues and restore affected content in a timely manner, at no additional cost to you. We do multiple backups of your website each day to guarantee that recovering it, at any time, is never an issue.
You have enough to worry about—your business. Guarding your site’s security every day is just one more way IMA gives you the crazy-good service you need to help grow your business. With over 50 secure sites being monitored by our team each day, IMA can ensure that your image is well protected. If you have any questions about web development or our security protocols, please ask us.