A cyberattack could cost your company millions.


The experts at Rescue My Web can keep your WordPress site secure from costly attacks.

The cost of a cyberattack is astronomical. In fact, in the U.S., where half of the world’s cyberattacks occur, cyberattacks costs businesses about $15.4 million a year.

Although major companies in financial services and energy are the most frequent targets, small businesses are vulnerable too, with 43% of cyberattacks affecting those companies.

If you’re concerned about the impact a cyberattack can have on your business, you should be. But, the good news is the experts at Rescue My Web can help protect your site from costly attacks.

What is a cyberattack?

There are numerous types of cyberattacks:

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) – A website is flooded with traffic and crashes. This is the most common form of attack.

Ransomware – Malware is installed on your website and encrypts files. Criminals demand payment to unlock them.

Spear-Phishing – Attackers send emails that appear to be from a trusted source and ask the recipient to download a document or click a link that enables the attacker to steal their credentials.

Whale-Phishing is the same type of attack targeting corporate executives with the goal of gaining access to sensitive information, such as financial documents.

If your site is attacked and your company doesn’t have an IT department that can address the problem, Rescue My Web can help you recover your hacked site. Read more about our recovery services.

How can I keep my WordPress site secure?

There are simple things you can do to safeguard your business against cyberattacks. For example, make sure your employees know how to recognize imposter emails and what to do if they get one.

To ensure that your site’s security is comprehensive, contact the experts at Rescue My Web.

We’ll test and carefully examine your site and add critical safety features — such as plug-ins, an SSL certificate, firewalls and encrypting – that will protect your site from costly cyberattacks.