Having a well-designed web site is great, but there are a few questions worth asking to ensure it is not only doing the job for you, but it is also not creating a liability. Yes, you heard me right.
You see, web sites contain data – and they must. There’s data you intended for your audience, and other data that are only for the eyes of others- or just a little at a time. There is a process called SQL Injection Attack. What happens is that hackers find a way to retrieve all or important data illegally for their own purpose, which could include putting you out of business or ruining the good name you may have spent a veritable lifetime to build!
At Roundbrix, after protecting your data, security comes in a close second. It’s so important to us, we are our own priority consumer. But instead of keeping this great process and anti-hacking weapons to ourselves, we want them available to other outfits as well. After all, it’s Good Guy or Gal against Bad, right? So here’s what we’ve done. We’ve created the following total toolset that not only protects your interests .
SQL Injection SmartStopper. We use logic here that not only identifies when someone is trying to steal your data, but we identify them and block them. We can also collect forensics if a law suit is involved to provide expert testimony on the prosecution end. There is a small setup fee and a smaller monthly charge to receive automated notifications of what was identified and what was blocked – automatically!
Web Performance Monitor. We are able to monitor many pages of code and give precise response times. Warnings are sent out when thresholds you establish are exceeded. We can let you know exactly where and when it is slow. And when it’s down, we’ll notify you immediately. We also allow you to monitor specific keywords on web pages. Testing database performance and ensuring all is up and running is also part of this toolset.
Heartbeat Functionality. Here’s just another area where we separate ourselves from the crowd. We NEVER assume that because you hear nothing, that all is well. Our tools report to us if they are not operational, so in our scenario, no news is bad news. It’s like your kid calling you to check in. If they don’t call, you don’t automatically assume all is well. Same holds true with intrusion performance monitoring tools. They need to report in just like in the Civil War, when the first cries of “Two O’Clock and all is Well” rang out to ensure the individual monitoring the enemy had not been taken out.
Related services. Roundbrix offers a full suite of services to help you answer a number of questions as well as provide quick remediation to these and many others.
Are the database and internet servers properly tied down to one another?
Are database indexes optimized for performance?
Is the Internet server as fast as it should be?
How do I maintain proper PCI compliance?
Are your firewall permissions excessively creating exposures?
Is important information like client credit cards stored?
Is there a more secure way to conduct web commerce?
Is data stored properly and not kept too long?
As we most proudly enter our 11th year in business, we have never been better equipped or more resolute to helping companies succeed while keeping those with a patch over an eye at bay!
Call us for a free evaluation and quote!