Las Vegas Website Designers Launch Security Software Installation Services

Las Vegas online marketing agency Starfire Web Design Las Vegas released a new all-in-one website security package for local businesses looking to minimize the risk of hacking or data loss.

Las Vegas, United States - January 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Starfire Web Design Las Vegas, an online marketing agency based in Las Vegas, released a new website security service for local businesses looking to reduce their online vulnerability. The company offers a comprehensive security package including everything from malware and hack scanning to brand reputation and blacklist monitoring, SSL certificate installation and monitoring, and advanced DdoS mitigation.

More details can be found at https://starfirewebdesign.com/services/website-security.

The company’s newly released services has been designed as an all-in-one security solution to help Las Vegas businesses stay safe in light of the recent increase in website hacks. According to recent studies, more than 30,000 US websites are hacked every single day, with a large portion of the attacks coming from Russia and China.

Starfire Web Design Las Vegas offers a comprehensive website security package that includes all the needed tools and software to guarantee high website security and minimize or eliminate the risk of hacking.

Clients benefit from 24/7 malware and hack scanning to identify and address any potential threats as quickly as possible.

To eliminate the risk of data loss in case of an emergency, the agency also offers a 90-day website backup service.

The newly updated service package also includes a live cloud-based WAF (Web Application Firewall) to actively block potential attacks by filtering HTTP traffic.

For a limited time only, the monthly web security package (normally priced at $119 a month) is available for only $49 a month.

With the latest update, the Las Vegas online marketing company continues to expand its range of high-quality web design solutions for local businesses in Las Vegas and beyond.

A satisfied client said: “Shawn and Danny have been fabulous to work with. They understand that the technology side of a business can be intimidating and they take the time to go over everything. The pictures for my website were taken and edited with care and look great. I look forward to working with them in the future.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Danny Ericson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Starfire Web Design Las Vegas
Address: Starfire Web Design 5552 S Fort Apache Rd #110, Las Vegas, NV 89148, United States
Phone: +1-702-800-4447
Website: https://starfirewebdesign.com/website-designer-las-vegas/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88942649

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