Website security and prevention doesn't have to be overly complicated - just leave it to us!
When you can analyze a website, it's application and use, it's easy to create and implement a security plan - that's what we do!
Our re-infection rate is something we're extremely proud of - it's .047%. Which means 99.953% of the time, sites we clean and protect stay that way. These numbers only represent sites that were originally infected.
We achieve this by micro-tuning the security plan for each website we service. If you have a Joomla site on the same hosting account as a WordPress blog, they require totally different strategies to protect them. That's the difference with WeWatchYourWebsite - each site is treated individually. We don't put some blanket security measures on your site or hosting account and tell you're site is secured.
It's our belief, and we think you'll agree, that this approach, this customized security plan, is better suited to protect your sites from the advanced strategies of today's cybercriminals.
While the concept of a firewall and the terminology is sound, just having a "firewall" does not protect your website. In order for a firewall to be effective you must have properly tuned rules.
Firewalls "in the cloud" use the same rules to protect a Joomla website as they do a WordPress site. They use the same rules for an osCommerce website as they do for a WordPress site. When you start adding various plugins and modules, the rules must accomodate those as well. Do they? Is there a firewall "in the cloud" that encompasses all WordPress plugins, Joomla components, osCommerce add-ons, etc.?
If so, then everyone visiting your WordPress site, would be filtered through all the rules for a Joomla site, an osCommerce site, a Zen Cart site, and so on.
Would you rather have that than a micro-tuned security plan specifically implemented for your particular website?
This is another term that is gaining popularity - and needs to be understood before you "buy" into it.
Virtual patching is totally reactive. This means that when a new vulnerability is discovered, someone has to announce it, describe it and then the virtual patching system must be updated with a new rule, or rules, for that specific vulnerability. Then your site is safe.
With virtual patching you're always playing catch-up with the hackers. Is that what you want?
Our approach is more pro-active. We implement security that protects your website before a new vulnerability is discovered. Our strategy only lets in what's absolutely necessary for your website to function normally. That's it.