Every so often, you hear in the news that a company’s website was down temporarily for several hours, preventing visitors and consumers alike from accessing it. Or, you may receive unscrupulous-looking emails from family or friends who otherwise normally wouldn’t send such messages.
Why do these events happen? For the most part, it’s because websites were intruded upon with malware. Improving the security of your business or personal website is important — but it’s not as complicated as you might think.
Taking the time to learn the ins and outs of improving the security and privacy of your website will not only help you become more knowledgeable about different safeguards but will also provide you with greater peace of mind.
Here are three valuable tips for operating your devices, software, and systems efficiently and securely to prevent malware intrusion on your website.
If you’re looking for ways to filter traffic and block intruders from gaining unauthorized access to private data on your website, then installing a firewall is your best line of defense. Many new operating systems already employ this technology, and you may already have one available and turned on, but it would behoove you to verify