Website attacks are usually powered by spider-like automation technology that crawls the web looking for website vulnerabilities.
When a vulnerability is found, it is exploited. The top two hacks that account for most website attacks are Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and SQL Injection (SQLi).
Three main factors are causing many SMBs to seek outside help to secure their websites:
The proliferation and increasing sophistication of hacking technology
The risk of substantial financial loss, a crippled business and a damaged reputation
The lack of IT staff, staff expertise, or both
Website security software and services can vary widely in their effectiveness. That said, this white paper will show you the five factors to keep in mind as you sift through the many vendors you can choose from.
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