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5 Steps To Ensuring Your Website Is Secure
By: John Lenaghan
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    5 Steps To Ensuring Your Website Is Secure

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    Anyone who is doing business over the internet needs to have secure web hosting.There are many security threats, and anytime you're dealing with customer data you need to be sure it's safe from prying eyes. This is especially true if you're using a shared host, where multiple websites are hosted on a single server.

    If you're considering shared hosting for your business website, check with your hosting company to find out what kind of security they use on their systems. You want to be 100% sure that your website is not accessible by any of the other people hosted on that same server.

    You should also find out about the host's policies regarding scripts and software installed on the server. If unproven code is allowed, it can lead to problems if someone else on the server is running a program that is poorly written.

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