10 Questions to Ask Your Bank Web Hosting Provider

Selecting a web hosting provider might seem intimidating and complicated, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re renewing your contract with your current vendor or you’re shopping around for a new bank web hosting service, you’ll want to ask these 10 questions.

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Should You Outsource Your Bank Website?

As a marketing tool, your bank website is one area you don’t want to skimp on. This article explores outsourcing your website versus maintaining it in-house.

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Regulatory Compliance and Your Bank Website: Part One, Web Hosting

This is the first of a two-part series covering what you need to address to ensure your website is compliant with federal examiners. In this blog, we’ll focus on data privacy and security and how your web hosting service can help your website meet regulation standards.

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Choosing the Right Company for Your Bank Website Needs 

Your bank website can make or break your business. Whether you’re designing your site from the bottom up, redesigning your website, or looking for a new web hosting service, you want to cover all your bases before signing on the dotted line. To ensure a high return on your investment, you’ll want to consider the price, hosting ability, security measures, and the design and development involved with creating your website.

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Your Bank Is at Risk: Security Advice From Our Bank Hosting Experts

The numbers are in. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, security breaches in 2019 rose 17 percent over 2018’s numbers. The banking, credit, and financial sector accounted for a mere 7.3 percent of the nation’s breaches. However, 61.1 percent of exposed information came from the industry, exposing 100.6 million sensitive and 20,000 non-sensitive customer records. Unauthorized access to bank […]

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3 Reasons HTTPS for Your Bank Website is Mandatory

Anyone who has used the internet is familiar with hypertext transfer protocol, more commonly known as HTTP. The four-letter snippet at the beginning of each URL was designed to transmit hypertext markup language, or HTML, between a web browser and the web server. The hypertext data being sent is actually plain text. If hackers intercept the information during communication, they […]

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