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CentCOM-hackedIn recent weeks and months, not only has Twitter’s CFO account been hacked — but even CENTCOM’s (US Central Command’s) Twitter and YouTube accounts were infiltrated by ISIS. But as it might seem as though only high-profile sites are being targeted, we are regularly seeing “mom and pop” small and mid-sized business websites aggressively attacked by cyber terrorists with increasing frequency.

As we monitor the ongoing security threats facing our OmniSOS clients, we are seeing an exponential increase in attempts to compromise and infiltrate our client’s websites, often on an hourly basis, or within minutes of an attempted attack. Brute-force attacks are becoming commonplace. Attempts to exploit small business websites are no longer the exception but to be expected. If you own or operate a website, security should be your top priority. But doing nothing is not an option these days.

Our primarily drive is to keep site safe and secure. Cyber-terrorists must be aggressively confronted and decidely stopped from gaining access to your site.

If we can be of help, let us know.

Jeff Tobler

Author Jeff Tobler

Jeff Tobler is co-founder of, as well as founder and creative director of "Seek first the Kingdom of God and His Righteous" Mat 6:33

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