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Web security – a modern must-have
Today we are completely dependent on technology and all too often we store and send data over different networks. This creates a vulnerability and, using gaps in your protection, fraudsters can gain access to you, your customers, and suppliers' sensitive information. Use web security to stay one step ahead!
- Your networks and data are protected against unauthorized access
- Information security is improved both internally and externally
- You improve the trust of your customers and suppliers
- Faster recovery in the face of an attack or infringement
HOW IT WORKS
What is web security?
What can happen if I’m the victim of a cyberattack?
- Disruption of operations and/or production
- Data leakage - Both internal data and data about customers and/or suppliers
- A loss of brand reputation and trust from your customers/suppliers
Types of Web security threats
There are a lot of different threat vectors that require consideration in order to gain protection against cyber attacks, some of the most common threats come from, for example, DDoS attacks or Phishing emails.
By activating our service Anycast DNS together with our hosting, we make sure your server environment is protected against, among other things, Botnets and Backdoors. When you choose our Anycast network we will also protect your systems from denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. If you choose to place your hosting solutions with us at Ports, we can also ensure that you are protected against all of the threats listed below by our IPS (intrusion prevention system) in our firewall:
- Social Engineering (which often overlaps with phishing)
- SQL injection (Structured Query Language)
- Man in the middle
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Why choose Ports?
We at Ports help you take a coordinated and firm approach to the threats you as an organization may face when exposing your brand, systems, and users to the possibilities that come with a digitized environment. Through long experience and with our IT experts in-house, we can give you the best possible help. Together with the customer platform, Ports Management, you have an overview of all cyber security-related products that have been activated with us.
Do you need help with a strategy to boost your web security?
With us, you can focus less on cyberattacks and more on your core business. Contact us today!
DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack is the name given to a certain type of extensive IT attack targeting a specific network, website, IT system, or web-based service. A DDoS attack always involves overloading a system in order to block it and cause it to crash.
Malicious software such as computer viruses, spyware, Trojan horses.
An action taken to obtain sensitive information (e.g., passwords, credit card information) via a disguised email, phone call, or text message.
Malware that locks or encrypts data until a ransom is paid.
The psychological manipulation of individuals to obtain access to confidential information; often overlaps with phishing.
An SQL (Structured Query Language) injection occurs when an attacker inserts malicious code into a server that uses SQL. SQL injections are only successful when a security vulnerability exists in an application/software. Successful SQL attacks force a server to provide access to or modify data.
Man in the middle
A MITM (man-in-the-middle) attack occurs when a person hacks between a device and a server in order to intercept communications that can then be read or modified. MITM attacks often occur when a user logs onto an insecure public Wi-Fi network. Attackers can then hack between the visitor's device and the network. The user will then unknowingly send information via the attacker.