Choosing the right website security

How to protect yourself and your customers.

What is website security?

The term “web security” covers a lot of ground, everything from virus protection to data encryption and more. To help you determine what you need – and to save you hours on Google and Wikipedia – we’ve created this easy-to-understand guide that covers all the basics. And if you need more detailed information on any one item, just click through to our individual product pages.

Secure your customers private data.
If your website asks customers for sensitive information – usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, etc. – your reputation depends on protecting every detail. SSL Certificates use advanced encryption to prevent hackers from reading any data that passes to or from your site.

Sites need to look secure.

If you want your visitors to know their data is safe, you've got to look secure. The "s" in https and the green lock in the browser address bar are two indicators that a website is protected by a trusted SSL certificate.

Different SSL Certificates cover different needs.
Keep viruses and malware off your site.
Just like PCs, websites are vulnerable to viruses and malware. Fortunately, you can defend your site. Our Website Security plans protect your site with daily scans and continuous monitoring. If we find malware, we’ll work as long as it takes to fix your site so it’s 100% clean and safe.
Fix a site that’s already been hacked.
Sometimes, you learn about website security the hard way. Website Security Express is an emergency malware removal service that will expedite your site’s scanning and cleaning process. Within 30 minutes of a threat being reported, our team of security experts will begin removing any infections and repairing your site – and they won't stop until it's 100% clean and safe. Plus, we’ll protect your site with Web Application Firewall (WAF) to prevent reinfection.
Make sure customers trust your code.
If you’re a developer, one of the biggest challenges you face is getting new or potential customers to trust you. A Code or Driver Signing Certificate secures your code and removes “Unidentified Publisher” warnings that can scare off new customers, showing them that you’re a legitimate developer and your code is safe and secure.