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Hackers are always on the lookout for new ways to steal your most sensitive data through cyber-attacks. One of the many ways that they can do this is through exploiting vulnerabilities in your website or web applications.

On your website, do you have a contact us form or does your website link to a customer database or booking system? Did you know that if that information is not transmitted securely, it could be intercepted by cyber criminals and stolen?


Web application security means securing your website or application from cyber-attacks and is extremely important to help protect all your online activities, sensitive data, and business from cyber-attacks.


Now more than ever, businesses are relying on their online systems and technology to complete everyday tasks for successful trading. Falling victim to cyber-attacks that are aimed to cause harm and long-term damage is not something any business needs.


As the threat to the businesses increases, losing access to technology or suffering a data breach through a cyber-attack can be devastating. Both to your reputation and your long-term future.


This service assesses your website and web services for weaknesses. Based on best practice industry standards, we will assess the top 10 security risks to websites and attempt to identity vulnerabilities.


Through this service, we can look at risks that include, how encrypted your website links are and whether your hosting URL has expired, whether your website provider has any vulnerabilities such as out of date servers and whether data being sent from or inputted to the website is encrypted.


Using regional Policing and National Cyber Security Centre intelligence that captures the very latest known threats and techniques used by cyber criminals, enables this service to be highlight weaknesses and vulnerabilities that are linked to these methodologies.

This service will provide you with the following:

  • A full list of recommendations and mitigations to tackle the identified vulnerability, so that you can take action to reduce your risk of suffering a cyber-attack as a result of this vulnerability.

  • Reassurance and peace of mind that common weaknesses and vulnerabilities will have been identified, helping to reduce opportunities for cyber-attacks to take place.