CyberSecurity

PERSISTENCE AND SOPHISTICATION IN CYBER-ATTACKS ON THE RISE

Why should anyone care about cybersecurity? Ask any person or business who has experienced identity theft, credit card fraud, ransomware, or intellectual property theft; it’s not a fun process. In 2019 the average cost for a small business that experienced a network breach was about $200,000 and put most of them out of business.

It’s more important now than ever to be proactive as the depth and scope of attacks have evolved and become more aggressive and tactile. In addition, it is less expensive to detect and mitigate attacks before they become a severe problem.

Web Semantics can help secure your residential or business network. We can help analyze, identify, and mitigate any potential cybersecurity risk.

We Work With And Secure Various Network Devices

PC / WORKSTATIONS

Linux, Windows and OSX

TABLETS

Android, iOS

SMARTPHONES

Android, iOS

Network Appliances

Routers, Firewalls, NAS

PHYSICAL / VIRTUAL SERVERS

Linux, Windows, BSD, VMware

INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

RaspberryPi, Odroid, Home Automation

WEB APPLICATION SECURITY

You are prone to automated attacks if you have a website, even more so when using an open-source framework or content management system. With over 20 years of experience in Web Development, we have designed, developed, and deployed our PHP application security infrastructure to deter and respond to common website threats. Today we also work with many software solutions and vendors to provide a more fluid security ecosystem across various web applications and platforms.

A Server being down can cost your business thousands of dollars per hour or worse per minute, make sure your website and server infrastructure are protected today.

Common Website Attacks​

Brute forcing

Using malicious scripts or tools to try to gain access to a system via a poorly secured login form.

SQL Injection

The process of manipulating query strings to gain access to a SQL database or its datasets.

Web Shells

Shells are used to access a server's filesystem via an exploited upload form, giving a user root access.

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