To catch a wolf, one must think like a wolf.Cyber Security Wolf

Any online asset will have vulnerabilities to malicious attack.  We therefore identify the access points and assess the level of threat, then impliment “best practice” security features:

Brute Force Attack:

Software is used to make mulitple attamps to access a login screen by repeated password attempts.

Server Access:

Gaining access to the web server allows hackers access to resources.  This might be to capture the mail server to send spam, or to store malicious code.

DDOS Attack: (Direct Denial of Service):

Using specialist software multiple requests are made to a website overcoming the resources and shutting down the website. 

The strength of a lock should match the value of what it secures.Cyber Security Wolf

Implementing cybersecurity on a website involves various strategies and tools to protect it from cyber threats like hacking, data breaches, and other malicious activities. Here’s a structured approach to enhance the cybersecurity of a website:
Secure Access Controls:
– Password / Authenticator access
– Multi-Factor Authentication
– Source verification access
– Private Key Encryption SSH access
– LetsEncrypt SSL/TLS Encypted connection

Updating all software:
– Regular scheduled updates of plugins, apps and core platforms

Web Application Firewall:
– Traffic monitoring
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– Hidden DNS records
– Firewall
Secure software/code updates with GIT version control:
– during updates, the server is checked for any changes in the software/code which immediatly detects if any malicious code insertions have been carried out.
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GIT version control