SEOS service provider Jacksonville seo reports $5 million in cyber damages
Posted On July 24, 2021
The owner of a local seo service provider in Port Canaveral says he has reported more than $5.5 million worth of damage to the services company’s network, including a data breach that exposed the identity of the sender of a payment.
Jacksonville Seo Services CEO and founder Paul Smith said Tuesday that his company is now working with the FBI to recover data that was accessed through his seo system in the wake of the data breach.
Smith says the service provider has no information about the identity or identity of any of the people who accessed the data, but he said he and other users believe that the data was leaked by an unknown third party.
“Our information is very secure,” Smith said.
“We are very aware of the issues that occurred with the data and we have been cooperating with law enforcement to get the information back.”
Smith said the company is also working with law enforcers to investigate the breach, but added that the information would not be made public.
The breach happened about six weeks ago, and the company says it has made a number of changes to its security and data management practices.
The seo provider said it has been in business for more than 25 years.
Smith said he was not able to provide details about the amount of the breach.
“We are not able right now to say how much we have lost or stolen,” Smith told Recode.
“But we do know that we are not immune from any type of attack.”
He added that he would continue to work with law and security officials to make sure the company stays safe.
Smith said that he and his company have been using a software security program called “seo for years.”
The seon software is used to automatically send and receive payment payments.
However, the company has reported that hackers have been able to access its payment system in recent months.
“I believe that this is a very serious issue that the seo community is working through right now,” Smith added.
“It is not something we have ever seen before.”
We have to make some changes right now.
“Smith has said that the company would also like to be able to get a clearer picture of who accessed its data and how.
The company says that the payment provider has been cooperating fully with the investigation.