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To make it easier for you to actively promote Trust Guard to your customers, this page has been set up especially for you with various texts that you can use. 

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Why scan with Trust Guard?
It is important to know for yourself how secure your website or network is. After all, as the owner, you are legally responsible for that security. Trust Guard scans your website or network for more than 75,000 known vulnerabilities. However, if you do happen to be hacked, it is good that you can demonstrate to a judge that you have been scanned by an independent scanning party. Of course, you must also be able to prove that you are taking action to resolve those vulnerabilities. Trust Guard offers the option to display the results of the scan in various report standards, such as PCI DSS, ISO27001, GDPR, OWASP, SOX and HIPAA. You can use these reports for credit card companies (PCI DSS), cooperation with other companies (ISO audit), for Home Shopping (OWASP report) and for the privacy legislation (GDPR report). You can choose the scanning frequency: daily, weekly, monthly or quarterly. If no vulnerabilities are found on your website, you can display the Trust Guard seal on your website. Your customers can now see that you regularly scan and make sure your website is secure. From a commercial point of view, displaying the Trust Guard seal is a conversion booster! Simply test Trust Guard for two weeks free of charge. [Use your reseller link here:]. You will see for yourself how customer-friendly the Trust Guard dashboard is. After you have created a test account, Trust Guard will contact you for a brief tour of the dashboard and for help to add domains/IPs and users, if necessary.

TIP: Of course, You can offer your own assistance to resolve any vulnerabilities found.

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How often should you scan?
That depends on the size of the webshop. The legislation states the obligation to secure 'adequately'. A small webshop will not be expected to spend €10,000. However, for KLM or Philips, €10,000 is a joke (according to the judge!). Another element that plays a part in this is the security perception of the webshop owner himself. How many domain names and/or sub-domains does the webshop have? Is it only or also (sub-domains can refer to another server via the DNS, and therefore need their own/extra scan). So it is also a cost issue. Another thing to take into account is how often the webshop installs, integrates or updates new plugins. If this is only twice a year, then in principle a quarterly scan is sufficient. However, our advice is at least a monthly scan, because new security vulnerabilities are discovered every week in existing environments, including the dangerous zero-day exploits! But for daily/weekly technical adjustments (from template, javascript to new plugins) weekly or daily is recommended. And when you are displaying the seal, a daily scanning is recommended, because the customer sees the current date in the Trust Guard seal and thus knows that his personal data is safe.

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Data protection is YOUR responsibility
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects all organisations that process personal data. Entrepreneurs who violate the law can be fined up to 4% of annual turnover. In addition, the "Obligation to Report Data Breaches" (Meldplicht Datalekken - Dutch law - red.) states that if your customer data has unintentionally come into the possession of third parties, you must report this to the authorities and inform all your customers about it. The owner of a webshop is always legally responsible, not the site builder or the person who maintains or hosts it. You can never outsource this liability. It is therefore important that you check the security of your own systems and those supplied by suppliers. Trust Guard not only provides insight into possible security issues, but also helps you legally to demonstrate that you have taken measures to protect your customer data. Trust Guard supports PCI DSS and other standards, such as GDPR, ISO27001, OWASP, HIPAA and SOX. And having Trust Guard's seal of approval on your site can help increase consumer confidence and therefore your sales. If your online shop is secure, your customers should know about it, right?

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Higher conversion, how do you achieve that?
As a company you are busy on a daily basis with making your website more beautiful and better, new content, newsletters, custom banners, new promotions and much more! Everything to come across as professional and reliable and to give the visitor a good feeling. And yet something very important is often forgotten: security! Regardless of whether you have already purchased a website security scan, it is important that your visitors also SEE that you are working on the security of their (privacy-sensitive) data. Show your customers with a Trust Guard seal that you take security seriously and prove with the seal that your website has actually been securely tested with Trust Guard. Did you know that the Trust Guard certificate can show your contact details, VAT & Chamber of Commerce number, but also your, SafeShops, Privacy Zeker and ICT-waarborg membership? More trust = more sales; but it must be visible to your customer!

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