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Verio And StopTheHacker Team To Offer SMBs Free Website Security Reports

Verio aims to increase website security awareness among small businesses

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Sept. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Verio Inc., the leading provider of online business solutions to SMBs worldwide and StopTheHacker, one of the world's fastest growing website security companies, today announced the two companies will be offering a free Website security report to their SMB customers. To support the campaign and educate SMBs on the importance of website security, Verio will host a free Webinar on October 9, 2013 on the topic of website security. To register for the Webinar visit:

www.verio.com/website-security/webinar.

With 85% of all malware attacks coming from the web and an estimated 30,000+ websites infected with malware every day, it is critical for organizations of all sizes and more importantly SMBs with limited infrastructure and resources to protect and monitor their Web vulnerability and online reputation. Based on the proliferation of malware and its impact on an SMB's online reputation, Verio is offering Website security reports, valued at $50 each, through its partnership with StopTheHacker.

"At Verio, we give security the utmost priority. Our main goals are to protect our customers' data and to keep their sites up and running," said Fred White, vice president of Marketing and Product Management. "However, most businesses do not realize they have a responsibility for the security of their own sites, as well. Through our relationship with StopTheHacker, we're working to make securing their sites as easy as possible."

With the free website security report offer, Verio aims to increase website security awareness among small businesses, and encourage customers to protect their sites by signing up for security services starting at as little as $10 per month.

"We are very excited to partner with Verio as they understand the importance of website security. We see that 90% of all the malware in the world is being distributed by legitimate small business websites," said Ridley Ruth, vice president of Sales, StopTheHacker. "This valuable, free website security report will further serve to educate Verio's customers to this growing problem while presenting products that will help protect them from becoming one of the over

9,500 websites that Google blacklists every day."

To learn more about Website security and online reputation, tune into the Verio Webinar on October 9, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EDT. To register for the Webinar visit:

www.verio.com/website-security/webinar.

Get Your Free Report

To receive your free StopTheHacker website Security report, please visit www.verio.com/securityoffer . Limit one report per customer.

About Verio Inc. (www.verio.com)

Verio is the leading provider in delivering innovative online business solutions to SMBs worldwide. Verio's solutions provide Cloud, web hosting, managed services, application hosting and SaaS that enables SMBs to drive online success. Verio is a subsidiary of NTT Communications and supports its operations with their highly reliable and scalable Global Tier-1 IP Network. Through this network, Verio provides partners and customers with access to business solutions in more than 120 datacenters worldwide. For more information, join us on Twitter @Verio, Facebook Verio or www.verio.com.

About StopTheHacker

Based in San Francisco, California, StopTheHacker is one of the tech industry's most respected leaders; a provider of SaaS services focused on cyber warfare in the arenas of web malware, security and reputation protection. StopTheHacker's Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning based technology is supported by the National Science Foundation and has won multiple awards since 2009.

StopTheHacker has become widely recognized globally, protecting website owners ranging from large multi-nationals to web hosting companies and small business owners, all who are vulnerable to malicious hacker attacks.

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