As you may know, more and more web hosting providers today are being attacked and all their customers' files become encrypted by some kind of ransomware. My sites were suffered twice this year: on A2Hosting and now on SmarterASP. Now I'm considering to move everything to Everleap, attracted by your offered flexible scalability options. As you may guess, however, I worry about your ability to resist such threats. I suppose (may be wrongly), that the weakness of all major hosting providers is the way they try to reduce costs by using cheap outsourced support personnel (may be even a group of freelancers) that has either too high permissions in their systems or simply uses insecure connections. I don't even want to mention OS updates, which always must be applied in time. Anyway, please, tell something about the measures you apply to protect your customers from this danger.