Will my website be safe and secure? This is a common question asked when a person is considering building their first site or redesigning a new site. Our answer is: Yes, absolutely. We recognize the importance of maintaining a professional, secure website. Your reputation depends on it. We’ll work with you to design a security package that’s right for you and your business.
Site security comes in a variety of shapes, sizes and forms. We'll help you decipher what site security you should put in place on your website to reduce your chances of being hacked. Below are a sampling of common site security services we offer.
Completely secure for private or sensitive information including e-commerce, registration, and data collection.
Need a place for employees or affiliates? We can create a secure portal for your most sensitive material.
Allow your guests the convenience of online event registration with secure handling of all information.
Whether it’s a standard Contact page or a custom form, we can keep your visitor’s data secure and protected.
From collecting donations to full e-commerce, GoZapIt will secure your site and data for protected transactions.
Want to show some data to the public but secure the rest? We can create public/private access differentiation.
We use professionally managed, dedicated servers. Your site is hosted in a secure environment with 2 weeks of back-up available.
With Managed Security services, we handle security for you. We make sure your website is kept up-to-date with the latest security updates.
You may not think your site has anything worth being hacked for, but websites of all sizes are compromised all the time. The majority of website security breaches are not to steal your data or deface your website, but instead, attempts to use your server as an email relay for spam, or to set up a temporary web server, normally to serve files of an illegal nature. Hacking is regularly performed by automated scripts written to scour the Internet in an attempt to exploit known website security issues in software. Site security should not be taken lightly.