Better Stacked Than Hacked

Are you like most business owners? Most business owners say that they would rather have stacks of cash than to have their websites hacked. They say it, but they usually don’t do anything about it. It’s like saying you want to lose 15 pounds and then eating a box of Twinkies. It just doesn’t make sense. Twinkies and unscanned websites are both dangerous.


Case in point: 86% of the websites that Trust Guard scans (for vulnerabilities used by hackers to access said sites) fail their initial scan. More than 4 out of 5 website owners are willing to give up stacks of cash to hackers by not running daily security scans on their websites. Why?

A daily security scan from Trust Guard can ensure the safety of your website. The scan checks for more than 75,500 vulnerabilities that hackers use to steal identities, email addresses, and entire websites. With a website getting hacked every three seconds, you can see how critical it is to protect your website from hackers.

With Trust Guard, you can run your successful e-commerce business worry-free. Better stacked than hacked.

Read the complete article on Trust Guard’s Blog:

Which online business services do you need?
Protection from Hackers &  More Sales? Trust Guard
Customer Ratings & Reviews? Shopper Approved
Live Chat & Customer Support Software? Rhino Support
A Significant Increase in Conversions? 4x Buyer Protection
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