Sometimes things go wrong.
And there’s never a good time for things to go wrong, is there?
We had a client last week who came to us with a BIG problem – his website was hacked.
It meant his website was down AND he had client sensitive information that he really didn’t want hackers getting hold of…
It’s the sort of thing you think would never happen to you – but it can.
It’s human nature to try to fix problems after they’ve arisen, whether that’s a car breaking down or your website getting hacked.
But the easiest thing to do is to get yourself peace of mind beforehand so you know your website’s in safe hands.
The hack was designed to skim credit card data, so it was important that we removed the hack, changed the passwords, added two-factor authentication, and locked down the admin panel from unauthorised access to help prevent this sort of thing from happening again in the future.
We got everything sorted and the client was back online the same day, which was great news for him and for us.
Hackers might be trying to get into your website for any number of reasons, and the damage they can do goes beyond malware distribution and harvesting data…
The emotional distress it causes business owners, the economic impact on the business, and the hit to your brand reputation can be devastating.
Protection for your website is so much more than just keeping things ticking over.
It’s peace of mind and an assurance that you’re in safe hands so you can focus on what you do best – running your business.
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