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Secure your website and the data it holds!

Website security is any action or application taken to ensure website data is not exposed to cybercriminals or to prevent exploitation of websites in any way.

Attacks

Website Security Protects your Website from

DDoS Attacks

DDoS Attacks

These attacks can slow or crash your site entirely, making it inaccessible to visitors.

Blacklisting

Blacklisting

Your site may be removed from search engine results and flagged with a warning that turns visitors away if search engines find malware.

Malware

Malware

Malware is a very common threat used to steal sensitive customer data, distribute spam, allow cybercriminals to access your site, and more.

Vulnerability exploits

Vulnerability exploits

Cyber criminals can access a site and data stored on it by exploiting weak areas in a site, like an outdated plugin.

Defacement

Defacement

This attack replaces your website’s content with a cybercriminal’s malicious content.

Protection against theft

How it affects your Visitors

As now you are of threats which are mentioned above. You might be wondering how it affects the visitors on your site.

Well, a criminal can access not only your data but also the data of your visitors and use it maliciously.

Hence, Website security is must to secure your website from potential threats and data that the website holds.

Website Security

Protects your Visitors

It’s an approach that brings together the best security for the visitors.Website security protects your visitors from:

  1. Stolen data. From email addresses to payment information, cyber criminals frequently go after visitor or customer data stored on a site.
  2. Phishing schemes. Phishing doesn’t just happen in email – some attacks take the form of web pages that look legitimate but are designed to trick the user into providing sensitive information.
  3. Session hijacking. Some cyberattacks can take over a user’s session and force them to take unwanted actions on a site.
  4. Malicious redirects. Certain attacks can redirect visitors from the site they intended to visit to a malicious website.
  5. SEO Spam. Unusual links, pages, and comments can be put on a site to confuse your visitors and drive traffic to malicious websites.

What Do you need to secure your website?

SSL certificate

SSL certificates protect the data collected by your website, like emails and credit card numbers, as it is transferred from your site to a server.

A web application firewall (WAF)

A WAF stops automated attacks that commonly target small or lesser-known websites.

A website scanner

A website scanner looks for malware, vulnerabilities and other security issues so that you can mitigate them appropriately.

Software updates

Jemistry makes website security easy and affordable with automated solutions that are easy to install and plans that work for your budget.

Contact Us

We would be happy to elaborate and explain every aspect of our services to you in a clear and easy to understand way.  Let’s get started today!

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