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We will select and configure the right cloud and SaaS solutions that can grow as your business does. We start with understanding your business and IT needs, while taking into account your future growth plans. Amazon AWS or Rackspace might be right for your CRM and web hosting. We are experts in IT and the cloud landscape and can help you make the appropriate selections. Once the product selections are made, we configure the services to quickly make your business operational.

Why You Need To Secure Your Web Applications

Website security is today's most overlooked aspect of securing the enterprise and should be a priority in any organization.Increasingly, hackers are concentrating their efforts on web-based applications – shopping carts, forms, login pages, dynamic content, etc. Accessible 24/7 from anywhere in the world, insecure web applications provide easy access to backend corporate databases and also allow hackers to perform illegal activities using the attacked sites.A victim’s website can be used to launch criminal activities such as hosting phishing sites or to transfer illicit content, while abusing the website’s bandwidth and making its owner liable for these unlawful acts.

How Hackers Get In (vulnerabilities)

Your customers can be affected in a variety of ways: from identity theft to session hijacking to the compromise of confidential and private customer data. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is one of the leading methods used in identity theft (and an obvious concern to financial and healthcare institutions); it attacks the user via a flaw in the website that enables the attacker to gain access to login and account data from the user. Many of the phishing email-based schemes use cross-site scripting and other application layer attacks to trick users into giving up their credentials.

The Importance of Data Security

Truly securing the data of your company and your customers is vital to business success. In today's world of identity theft and data thieves, many small companies are unfortunately ill-prepared to handle the heavy weight of the responsibility they have for this data.Most small businesses understand the importance of providing secure storage for their customers' data. After all, they've seen the results of improper storage of data. When a company has to send out a letter to its customers informing them that their private information has been compromised, customers begin to think twice about doing business with that company.