The Law Society, is the representative body for solicitors in England and Wales.
Reducing the vulnerability of websites from hackers
As a shop window for current and prospective clients, a firm’s website is one of the most valuable marketing and communication assets yet can be the most vulnerable.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s Cyber security breaches survey 2018 report showed website related attacks remained in the top three most commonly reported breaches – whether that’s others impersonating an organisation in emails or online, viruses, or spyware and malware.
Understand website hacking
SharkGate has put together with The Law Society a whitepaper that examines the potential vulnerabilities of websites: the types of hack, signs that a site has been hacked, and their impact. It also suggests practical ways in which to reduce the likelihood of, and to mitigate attacks. Download website hacking whitepaper (PDF 622kb)
Protect your website now
In partnership with The Law Society, SharkGate and it’s OneHourSiteFix service is offering a free and detailed website security scan to all Law Society members. Law Society members can get a scan anytime 24/7 to understand the vulnerabilities of the business website and receive exclusive discounts on our website fix services. Please see this page on the Law Society website for the full details.
There is no denying there is a desperate need for a new way to protect sites from hackers. Think about how Google transformed the search economy. Think about how Uber and Airbnb transformed their sectors. SharkGate is now doing the same for website cybersecurity. Further information about the existing crisis and our solution to the problem can be found in our whitepaper.