Whenever you’re building CMS sites, you constantly need to watch for sql injection for search or other exploits from the hackers. With static sites, the majority of the security issues go away since your site doesn’t have anything to update! It’s just a set of read-only files sitting out on a file server. Where WordPress or other CMS products have access (potentially write) to the database, they are inherently more hacker-prone than static files.
None of the above apply to our sites
- No Database to Hack
- NO PHP means there isn't code base to access
- Read only file Structure
- No Core Application to Update
- No Poorly Coded Plugins to exploit
- Offsite Form Processing.
- Optional SSL Certificates £60 per year
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a server and a client—typically a web server
This is as secure as it gets
Google has publically stated it gives preference to secure websites using HTTPS (an SSL certificate). So, as well as securing your data you are also giving yourself an edge in the search engines