How Vulnerable Are You to Cyber Attacks?
With cyber-attacks increasing at an alarming rate for both SMBs and enterprises the question is no longer “Do you have a firewall?” but rather “How well does your firewall protect your business?”. Every day 10,000 websites are blacklisted by search engines due to security breaches. Once blacklisted, access to your site is blocked by browsers like Google Chrome, FireFox, and Safari leading to an immediate and significant loss in revenue.
The “All in One Firewall” Failure
The approach by an “All in One Firewall” brand-name cybersecurity products focus on detecting a probe and taking action after the disabling intrusion has already occurred.
Worse if your Websites are connected to the Cloudflare "All Eggs in One Basket" Firewall, guess what can and has happened numerous times already? When their single point of failure system gets hacked or blows up then all of your servers get hacked or go offline too!
Too Little, Too Late
Serious breaches often take a long time to discover. The average time between when a threat happens and when it is discovered is 280 days. Even if discovered immediately it usually means down time, data loss, and/or process interruptions for your business. RoboCyberWallTM blocks these attacks before they compromise your Linux Servers in the Cloud or in a Data Center.
How to Secure Your Website the Smart Way
#1 Protect Your Web Server with RoboCyberWallTM
You’ve got to protect the foundation of your website which is most likely a Linux Apache or NGINX Linux server which are running 83% of all servers on the web (with 50% of those being Apache and 33% of them being NGINX) – chances are your business is operating on one of these two systems. RoboCyberWallTM blocks all known and unknown exploits from reaching your Linux Apache and Linux NGINX Web Servers.
Port 80 (HTTP) and Port 443 (SSL/HTTPS) are two of the most targeted ports for attack worldwide. RoboCyberWallTM which installs effortlessly in less than one minute provides comprehensive hacker tested protection for all HTTP and SSL/HTTPS ports, including port 80 and 443.
Secure Works External Penetration Test
& Certified Hacker Tested Reports
#2 Protect Your Web Application
Most if not all popular Web Applications that run on Linux servers have expert 3rd party Software Security experts who have designed specialized Firewalls from the ground up that block cross-site scripting, SQL injections and other nefarious known and unknown attacks in order to protect the application running on your server. RoboCyberWallTM provides you with a list of 3rd Party specialized Web Application Firewalls that are 100% compatible with RoboCyberWall. However, unless your server foundation is secure it doesn’t matter how well you protect your Web Applications because the bad guys can take over your server and the applications running on it.
RoboCyberWall Compatible WAF's List