Affordable enterprise-level website security scanning now available to all HostPapa customers
HostPapa Green Web Hosting is pleased to announce a new partnership with web security firm SiteLock. This agreement enables HostPapa to provide SiteLock’s enterprise-level security services to its web hosting customers at an extremely affordable price.
“The number and variety of cyber threats increases daily, as do the associated risks to website owners,” says Sylvain Patry, HostPapa’s Vice President of Business Development. “Quite often, smaller websites and small and medium-sized e-businesses, which may not install all the latest security patches, are specifically targeted by cyber criminals.”
“Knowing that our customers are at risk, we feel it is very important to offer them a simple, affordable way to proactively protect their websites and their own clients. SiteLock is the perfect solution.”
All SiteLock plans purchased through HostPapa include the Deep 360 Degree Site Scan – a scan of all web files to identify any vulnerabilities or areas of concern – proactive alerts, instant notifications, and protection from hackers, malware, viruses, spamming, blacklisting, and much more. After a successful scan, websites may display the internationally recognized SiteLock Security Seal, letting the public know the site is trusted and secure.
SiteLock provides security solutions for websites of all sizes, from a small personal blog to an e-commerce site. The partnership with SiteLock is the latest addition to HostPapa’s growing list of web hosting solutions.
For details on this high level security service, visit: www.hostpapa.com/au/sitelock
About HostPapa Green Web Hosting
HostPapa Inc. is a privately-owned company located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Established in 2006, HostPapa has built a solid foundation offering hosting solutions for SMBs that are reliable, budget-friendly, and easy-to-use. One of the first web hosting companies to make a public commitment to going green, all HostPapa operations are powered by 100% green renewable energy.