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FireHost Gives Customers Real-Time View of Attacks

FireHost Provides Customers with Real-Time View of Attacks That Are Blocked From Their Websites and Applications

FireHost Provides Customers with Real-Time View of Attacks That Are Blocked From Their Websites and Applications

FireHostFireHost, a Dallas based company that focuses on providing secure Web hosting solutions, announced a new feature today which enables its customers to see blocked attacks against their websites and applications in real-time.

As part of FireHost’s customer portal and available for no charge to customers, the new “Security View” features allows customers to view topical information about the blocked attacks by specific type, date, and originating region, giving businesses awareness to help position themselves publicly as security-conscious organizations.

“We are so confident in our ability to block cybercrime that we’re opening the curtain and inviting our customers to see how well we protect their websites,” said Chris Drake, CEO and founder of FireHost. “Most companies don’t realize how many hackers attempt to breach their websites and applications on a daily basis. Security View exposes the reality of cybercrime and lets our customers know we’re really looking out for them.”

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