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SiteLock and IX Web Hosting Unite to Secure New Online Businesses

IX Web Hosting Now Includes SiteLock Website Security in Hosting Plans

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - July 08, 2014) - SiteLock LLC (www.sitelock.com), a global leader in website security and PCI Compliance, announced today that IX Web Hosting now offers SiteLock to current and new customers of their premium shared hosting plans.

IX Web Hosting has been providing complete website hosting and online services for 15 years and serves more than 115,000 customers with 470,000 unique websites. IX Web Hosting specializes in supporting companies who use common web platforms such as WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla -- running on Linux or Windows. They also include tools such as site builders and Ecommerce plans at no additional cost. 

Customer service is a key focus for IX Web Hosting, and they include 24 x 7 support through multiple channels to make it easy to get help. Many small business owners are not highly technical and IX Web Hosting provides a simple control panel and unlimited bandwidth, disk space and other resources so their users can focus on their business without worrying about their website.

The addition of SiteLock website security services is the perfect fit for customer peace of mind. Because IX Web Hosting cares about creating a safe and secure online experience for website owners and their visitors, they offer the SiteLock basic plan at sign-up, which includes daily malware scans that provide instant notification when malware is detected. Customers can upgrade to plans that include automatic malware removal and a web application firewall as their online business needs change.

"At IX Web Hosting, we deliver premium services that have everything our customers need to run their online business without worries about technology or limitations," states Michael Harris, Vice President of Information Technology, IX Web Hosting. "We realize that online risks are rapidly increasing, and it's very important that we do our part to keep our customers' websites and their visitors secure. And we chose to partner with SiteLock, as the global leader in website security, to protect our customers."

"The approach that IX Web Hosting takes to providing their customers with easy-to-use products and services is directly in-line with our goals at SiteLock," adds Tom Serani, Executive Vice President of Business Development for SiteLock. "The challenge is that, the more common and widely used the web platform, the more vulnerable it is to threats. It's for this reason that SiteLock places such a high priority on securing websites across all popular, as well as custom, hosting and website development platforms."

IX Web Hosting uses h-Sphere, cPanel and Plesk to integrate and offer SiteLock services to their customer base.

For additional information regarding the SiteLock website security suite, visit www.sitelock.com. For additional information about IX Web Hosting, visit www.ixwebhosting.com.

ABOUT SITELOCK
SiteLock (www.sitelock.com / @SiteLockSecure) is a global website security technology and services leader, with more than 1,000,000 online businesses protected. SiteLock delivers a patent-pending 360-degree website security solution that finds, fixes and helps prevent malware and other threats from affecting websites and their visitors. Services include malware scanning and vulnerability detection, automatic malware removal, an advanced web application firewall as well as website acceleration powered by a global CDN. SiteLock also provides PCI Compliance and website support services that are available 24/7. Each subscription to the service includes the SiteLock Trust Seal, which is proven to increase sales and conversions by more than 10%. As a member the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) and StopBadware.org, SiteLock continually strives to educate the online business market about the risks to their websites and help prevent them. SiteLock was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona with offices in Jacksonville, Florida; Boston, Massachusetts; and Dallas, Texas. For more information, call +1.877.257.9263 or visit www.sitelock.com.

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SiteLock
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