WAMEX Web Security Solution Helps You to Stay on Top

Website security is a concern for every business today. The domain of cybersecurity is too
diverse, and the challenges are several. It may rise or fall or even shift, compelling the website security professionals to stay on top of them and be safe.

Despite the rise of cybercrime’s alarming rise, the net users still don't act with maturity and lackthe understanding of safe practices. A significant percentage of internet users believe their accounts are secure and reuse passwords across multiple accounts, which is nothing but a lack of knowledge that can lead to damaging breaches due to human error.

The need of the hour is the essential cybersecurity awareness, training and guidance to all connected with websites, online marketing business.

Although the resolution to this issue is pretty straightforward, it requires basic cybersecurity
training for all employees, not just your IT team, so that you can help fight the dangers of
ignorance. WAMEX, USA recommends refresher session to the customers to ensure no one
forgets the latest best practices in website security and stay protected.

 

WAMEX USA, Simplifying the Web Security Solution

Web security measures are the talk of the town and one of the most discussed subjects on the net. Our team keeps their knowledge updated on the space and advise a need-based solution to our customers.

“One size does not fit all" as every business is different. We have a complete understanding and information about the various tools, software, and technology available globally and pick up the more appropriate ones for our clients on a case-to-case basis. Here we present the six fundamental steps to protect your website from hackers, malware and viruses. These are the primary measures but not exhaustive.

 

Install a Firewall

Usually, a hacker always creates a bot that sniffs out vulnerable sites and programmed to carry out particular malicious actions. Once you install a firewall on your website, it identifies malicious requests. Once the firewall detects a malicious request or specifies an IP address that seems evil, the request gets blocked instead of being processed. The firewall may not be 100% secure, but it typically stops most of the malware.

 

Never Change the firewall setting.

Although the firewall permits you to configure the setting, we recommend you to stay away as the firewall rules are crafted after exhaustive research and time tested performance on malware removal.

 

Work out on a Strong Password Policy

We tend to create easy passwords and use them in multiple places online. Hackers generate a list of such passwords called rainbow tables, and they always create larger tables to use as a dictionary of sorts. Using these tables, they launch an attack known as a 'dictionary attack'. Therefore we recommend all our customers to use strong passwords online.

 

Install SSL On Your Site

SSL security protocol that encrypts all communication to and from a website. By installing it on your site, you can be rest assured that even if a hacker intercepts data from the website, they'll never be able to do anything.

 

Monitor The Site Often

Keep a silent check on the admin user. Remove periodically the users who are not active and
make sure no comprise is made with the site. Create Activity logs that will tell you what is happening on your site, and you can then evaluate them accordingly. Always take regular
backups so that you can restore your website in the event of a cyber-attack.

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