Sims Solutions Web Security.
Security is paramount!
Sitelock, SSL Encryption and Privacy are highly recommended.
Security can be breached on 2 playing fields. Search related to your website and your actual website can be affected.
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Below are several recommended security features including the icons that they represent
Business Registration provides more prominent visibility on your domain name's Whois listing by letting you add a logo, business links, images, business hours, coupons, and even a local map that highlights your location. The National Whois a large databases that stores registered users or assignees of an Internet resource, such as a domain name.
An SSL offers encryption many people are familiar with during on-line banking or a shopping website. Google highly suggest each website listed with their search engine offer this to protect the Search Engine audience form possible cyber attacks.
Certified Registration helps in the verification process of the legality of the domain registrant
The Cybercrime Economy provided May 2014 / CNN Tech by Jose Pagilery -
Half of American adults hacked this year
2014 is quickly becoming the year of the hack. Get used to it. Massive data breaches are becoming a monthly occurrence. Hackers have exposed the personal information of 110 million Americans -- roughly half of the nation's adults -- in the last 12 months alone. That massive number, tallied for CNNMoney by Ponemon Institute researchers, is made even more mind-boggling by the amount of hacked accounts: up to 432 million. The exact number of exposed accounts is hard to pin down, because some companies -- such as AOL (AOL) and eBay (EBAY) -- aren't fully transparent about the details of their cyber breaches.
The Motherboard provided Jan 2016 by Lorenzo Franceschi -
Google Will Soon Shame All Websites That Are Unencrypted Google wants to kill the unencrypted internet, and will soon flag two thirds of the web as "unsafe." Google wants everything on the web to be travelling over a secure channel. That's why in the future your Chrome browser will flag unencrypted websites as insecure, displaying a red "x" over a padlock in the URL bar. With this upcoming change in Chrome, Google makes it clear that the web of the future should all be encrypted, and all sites should be served over HTTPS, which is essentially a secure layer on top of the usual HTTP web protocol. Several companies and organizations have been pushing for more encrypted sites as part of a campaign to "Encrypt All The Things," which consists of promoting more websites to abandon the traditional, less secure HTTP protocol and adopt HTTPS. Currently, Chrome displays only an icon of a white page when the website you're accessing is not secured with HTTPS, a green locked padlock when it is, as well as a padlock with a red "x" on it when there's something wrong with the HTTPS page the user is trying to access. The change will draw even more attention to the sites that are potentially insecure. click to read the article
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