The internet is one of those inventions that can really be used for good or evil. While the majority of your users will be simply trying to find useful services or information, there are some who spend their days toiling away in dark basements (at least that’s where we imagine they are) trying to steal data or infect users.
Data theft is a problem that affects us all. Consumer trust in the industry as a whole is shaken every time they hear about big data breaches and other serious security issues. No one wants to be a victim, yet many website owners run outdated software that leaves them wide open to attacks.
The only thing a malicious user needs to break into your site is time. If you’re running software that has never been updated, you’re giving them all the time they need to analyze your site and figure out it’s weak points. Monthly updates reduces the window of time a malicious user has to find exploits and vulnerabilities.
We take the time each month to not only update your software but we also keep our ears to the ground looking for bulletins and other notices from software vendors and security experts to make sure your software is hardened against attacks.