Why is It Important to Keep Your Website Secure for Your Customers?
Keeping your website secure is utmost important because nobody wants to have a hacked website. Having a secure website is as vital to someone’s online presence as having a website host. If a website is hacked and blacklisted, for example, it loses up to 98% of its traffic. Not having a secure website can be as bad as not having a website at all or even worse. For example, customers’ data breach can result in lawsuits, heavy fines, and ruined reputation.
The Internet is a dangerous place! With great regularity, we hear about websites becoming unavailable due to denial of service attacks, or displaying modified (and often damaging) information on their homepages. In other high-profile cases, millions of passwords, email addresses, and credit card details have been leaked into the public domain, exposing website users to both personal embarrassment and financial risk.
The purpose of keeping your website secure is to prevent these (or any) sorts of attacks.
We Proudly Fight Against Dangerous Website Security Threats
Below are a few of the most common website threats that our web security expert team fights against and keeps our clients’ website secure for their audience.
- Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) : XSS is a term used to describe a class of attacks that allow an attacker to inject client-side scripts through the website into the browsers of other users. Because the injected code comes to the browser from the site, the code is trusted and can do things like send the user’s site authorization cookie to the attacker. When the attacker has the cookie, they can log into a site as though they were the user and do anything the user can, such as access their credit card details, see contact details, or change passwords.
- SQL Injection : SQL injection vulnerabilities enable malicious users to execute arbitrary SQL code on a database, allowing data to be accessed, modified, or deleted irrespective of the user’s permissions. A successful injection attack might spoof identities, create new identities with administration rights, access all data on the server, or destroy/modify the data to make it unusable.
- Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) : CSRF attacks allow a malicious user to execute actions using the credentials of another user without that user’s knowledge or consent.
And other web security threats e.g., Clickjacking, Denial of Service (DoS), Directory Traversal, File Inclusion, Command Injection etc.
Advanced Website Security & ProtectionWe provide industry leading advanced NGFW security controls for our clients covering all ports and protocols
- HTTPS/SSL via WAF
- Security Scans, Malware Detection
- Security Anomaly Detection
- Blacklist, DNS, SSL Monitoring
- Web Application Firewall (WAF)
- DDoS Attack Mitigation
- Brute Force Protection
- Hack Cleanup & Malware Removal
- Root Cause Follow Up
- Dedicated Call & Chat Support
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