With digital payments expected to have surpassed over $726 billion in 2020, the importance of Website Security (also referred to as Cyber Security) has never been greater.

One of the most frequent comments we receive from prospective clients when discussing website security is, “I’m too small” or “I don’t have any customer data.”  In either case, those prospective clients are trying to suggest that hackers aren’t interested in the little guys when they can target massive, fortune-500 organizations instead.

But just like anything else – there are pro hackers and there are novice hackers.  The newbies still need a place to start, and often times – that could end up being your business.

How Cyber Security Can Compromise a Small Business

While your website may not directly store your customer’s personal information or credit card details, it’s still a landing page for your customers to find you on the internet.  A properly marketed website could potentially bring hundreds of new customers to your site each day.

Hackers are counting on small businesses to ignore their website security concerns.  And with that, their strategy shifts.  Hackers aren’t necessarily interested in scraping your existing database for user data – sometimes, they’re interested in installing new, malicious malware on your website that captures the data of all the new users landing on your page.

Even worse, once hackers have penetrated into your website, they can use your hosting to solicit phishing schemes from hundreds of thousands of other people.  If anyone ever caught on – they’d just blame you, because it’s your server.  You might not even realize that hackers are using your web hosting behind the scenes, just logging in and collecting their data.

Website Security Experts are on Your Side

Our team of cyber security experts can help your harden your website and mitigate any potential attacks from malicious hackers.  Some of the services we provide include:


  • Sales/Marketing for Security Solutions
  • User Awareness Training for Employees


  • Automated Scanning (One-Off or Recurring)
  • Consulting advice for Remediation and Prioritization
  • Remediation Testing


  • Actively Performing Common Exploit Techniques
  • Looking for Items in OWASP Top 10
  • Attempting WAF Bypass Techniques


  • Internal / Active Directory / External
  • Finding Unpatched Services and Misconfigurations
  • Exploiting Issues to Gain Unauthorized Access


  • Email Phishing
  • Voice Phishing
  • In-person Social Engineering

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