Website Security

For small businesses, enterprise organizations, web professionals, and security solutions providers.

Organizations are struggling to overcome many of the challenges posed by the growth of the Internet and the proliferation of modern, rich cloud applications and workloads, including detecting and threats of external threats to enter corporate networks.

Solutions that can optimize increased traffic, often with long-lasting, continuous cloud connectivity, while improving existing security infrastructure are in high demand.

Gain full control and visibility
  • Set full traffic control to ensure continuous security and network availability.
  • Improve the performance of security devices, including next-generation firewalls, blocking systems
  • Use ICAP integration capabilities to enable Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and virus scanning and Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) to protect modern encrypted malware, viruses.
Block unwanted content
  • Increase user productivity while minimizing the risk of known web threats by URL filtering
  • Identify and classify traffic at the application level, allowing for more granular controls
  • Ensure enforcement of user policies, and ensure that no unauthorized access is allowed, with ownership and access.
  • Block incoming traffic and cyber attacks from well-known malicious online sources with the threat of spyware feeds
Non-compliance is costly
  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions are an integral part of today’s business network.
  • Compliance standards such as PCI DSS login authorization specific information about users related to financial transactions
  • Without high speed, real-time web activity logging, tracking security events and data breaches for continuous analysis are not possible.

Website security protects your website from:

DDoS attacksThese attacks can slow or crash your site entirely, making it inaccessible to visitors.
Malwaremalware is a very common threat used to steal sensitive customer data, distribute spam, allow cybercriminals to access your site, and more.
BlacklistingYour site may be removed from search engine results and flagged with a warning that turns visitors away if search engines find malware.
Vulnerability exploitsCybercriminals can access a site and data stored on it by exploiting weak areas in a site, like an outdated plugin.
Defacement. This attack replaces your website’s content with a cybercriminal’s malicious content.

Website security protects your visitors from:

Stolen dataFrom email addresses to payment information, cybercriminals frequently go after visitor or customer data stored on a site.

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.

Session hijacking. Some cyberattacks can take over a user’s session and force them to take unwanted actions on a site.

Malicious redirects. Certain attacks can redirect visitors from the site they intended to visit to a malicious website.

SEO SpamUnusual links, pages, and comments can be put on a site to confuse your visitors and drive traffic to malicious websites.