Cyber security is something that affects us all. Even if you don’t participate in social media or online shopping, today’s world is run by computers and you, and your business are you are at risk. Of course, those who do fully engage in the digital world, especially those who buy and sell via the web, have even greater exposure.
Over the years I’ve run hundreds of websites, and almost every one of them has been targeted at some point. I’ve been tasked with the responsibility of removing the malware and ensuring that the hackers were not able to get back in. I’ve had to file Google reconsideration requests for my clients, install security plugins, add 2-factor authentication to their websites, and unencrypt ransomware. This is what makes me qualified to write this book. And it is why you should heed the advice given, even if it is through the use of fictional characters.
If you have an online presence, you will be attacked at some point. It’s not a question of if, but a question of when. There are more threats to your website business now more than ever. Hackers use malware, SQL injection, cross-site scripting and more sophisticated techniques to steal your customer data and redirect your traffic, ruining your site’s reputation. You are about to learn how hackers attempt to steal your data and what you can do to prevent this.