As a shop window for current and prospective clients, a firm’s website is one of the most valuable marketing and communication assets yet can be the most vulnerable.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s 'Cyber security breaches survey 2018' report showed website related attacks remained in the top three most commonly reported breaches - whether that's others impersonating an organisation in emails or online, viruses, or spyware and malware.
SharkGate have put together a whitepaper that examines the potential vulnerabilities of websites: the types of hack, signs that a site has been hacked, and their impact. It also suggests practical ways in which to reduce the likelihood of, and to mitigate attacks.
Download website hacking whitepaper (PDF 622kb)
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