Protect Your Website from DDoS Attacks

Securing your web site and applications is your responsibility. Everyday, you read about news of organizations having security breaches and you want to make sure yours isn’t the next one. But the fact is, most web sites have vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit to steal data, attack users, or bring your web site down. In many cases, hackers have tools or “bots” that were written specifically to attack vulnerable web sites.

With technology moving at a really fast pace, it is difficult to keep up with changes in program code to secure your web sites. So what can you do to protect your organization from such vulnerabilities?

There exists companies that specialize in protecting against these security threats. They offer security solutions that take the burden away from you so you can focus more on growing your business. Incapsula is one such company. They offer a cloud-based service that includes a web application firewall that can protect your web site against web hackers, data theft, and distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS).

Getting started is very easy. You don’t even need any technical or security expertise. Just follow these steps:

1. Click on the banner above to sign up with Incapsula and create an account.

2. Add the web sites you want to protect.

3. Change your DNS setting to route traffic to Incapsula’s network.

That’s it! It’s that easy. And they even offer a 14-day trial period so you can see the benefits without obligations.

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