The bottom line is that hackers can even use Google servers to attack a website with vulnerable plugins. If your site has weaknesses, hackers will find them and exploit them. Your website is only as strong as the defensive posture you adopt.
Often, cybersecurity can come down to how fast you can react to an attempted attack. But the best defense is a good offense, and maintaining a proactive approach is the best safeguard for your servers. You'll want to partner with an IT service provider who understands the threat landscape, how to protect against those threats, and how to respond when they morph into attacks. The first step is to find website protection services
that can help you rest easy, knowing that you're staying one step ahead of malicious actors and hackers attempting to exploit your systems.
Quttera's ThreatSign platform provides all the required services you'll need to protect your website from the kind of attacks observed in the Google incident referenced above. To help secure your website from the multitude of threats out there, sign up for ThreatSign today