Web & Cybersecurity
Protecting your website and its visitors helps make the internet a safer and more secure place, one website at a time.
SSL certificates starting at $67.99/year*
Web security products that help protect your website and its visitors.
Securing a website requires a combination of different cybersecurity measures to make it as safe as possible. With an SSL certificate, Website Security, and Website Backup, you help ensure that your website is securely safeguarded on the web.
Encrypt with SSL Certificates.
Protect your visitors and their information.
When a website is not secure (non-https connection), a web browser will let site visitors know by showing the words, “not secure.” This is concerning to visitors and can lower their trust in your site. An SSL certificate ensures a secure connection and lets people know they can trust your site and that their information is safe. Plus, your site may even receive a slight SEO boost.
Safeguard with Website Security.
Protect your website and eliminate cybersecurity threats.
Websites all across the Web regularly face cybersecurity attacks from any number of different sources including people and spam bots. With Website Security, your site is scanned daily for malware and other security threats. If threats are discovered, they are neutralized.
Recover and restore anytime with Website & Data Backup.
Keep a copy of your website, just in case.
Give yourself peace of mind with automatic backups. You never really know when, or if you will need to restore your website, but you will be glad you have a backup in case you ever need to. All with the tap of a button.
Web & Cybersecurity FAQs
Sometimes referred to as “cybersecurity,” web security is the practice and implementation of protecting web based properties and networks by means of prevention and detection. Well fortified web security measures will also help defend, protect against, and even stop threats that are harmful or malicious in nature, creating a safer and more secure online environment.
In short, yes. But a good way of thinking about it is that each serve a different purpose (or puzzle piece, if you will) to complete a well-rounded cybersecurity defense. For example, SSL certificates are meant to encrypt data that is transmitted over your website. This protects your visitors by stopping hackers and other threats from being able to view sensitive information that people may submit on a contact form or on transactions, such as credit card information from an online purchase.
Whereas Website Security is meant to protect your site from malware and other threats. Bots and other spam regularly try to attack all websites. Website Security helps keep the bad guys at bay. Backups help ensure website data is not lost.
Yes, they can be added at anytime. But it’s always recommended to secure your website sooner rather than later. The reason is that it’s often more difficult to fix a compromised site after the fact. Using the example of insurance, you want to have it before you need it. Not after the fact.
*Starting price excludes applicable taxes and ICANN fees.