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Simple Steps to a Secure Website in 2016

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384 million identities were exposed in 2014 as a result of data breaches. That’s equivalent to the whole population of Western Europe.

If your website is weak enough to let in a hacker, not only could you face the wrath of angry customers, but you could also be exposed to regulatory fines and damaging media coverage.

Download this report to gain better understanding of the risks and some of the most common ways in which criminals can exploit an unhealthy website.

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