Avoid catastrophe with server security protocols
In a world where cyber hacks increasingly grace the front-page news, website security and server security are increasingly important. No matter the size of your business or industry, following the appropriate security protocols can be a difference between smooth sailing and catastrophe. Cybercrime affects everyone. No matter the size of your team, expertise level, or budget, WSM can right-size security enhancement options to ensure your business is prepared.
Your server security is as strong as its weakest point
From reassurance that your website(s), application(s), and infrastructure remains free of threats, to attaining or maintaining PCI or HIPAA compliance, and restoring compromised servers, WSM here there to help. We’ll show you where your weak points are, propose recommendations to prevent threats, and can optionally provide a formal security posture and policies for your organization. Unlike many companies, we’re not only able to provide a list of your vulnerabilities and recommendations, but WSM can also engage to address them. We’re quick, efficient, and will advise you on the best security strategy for your business.
What Our Clients Have to Say
“We think we have everything you can provide and thanks for your willingness to engage so quickly when we needed it. Hopefully, we won’t need you again under the same circumstances but it is nice to have a relationship with a firm that possesses your assets.”
“I thank you and the entire WSM team for all of the hard work, professionalism, and attention to detail throughout this compliance project. We look forward to continuing our business relationship with WSM for future efforts.”
“I’m happy to say that the project has met my expectations, and I would certainly use WSM again in the future. You’ve all been a great help. Thank you.”
Case Study: Hostway
Learn more about how WSM helped Hostway achieve PCI compliance under a tight deadline.
If your e-commerce business processes payments with cards on your website and you haven’t yet met requirements for use of modern encryption (TLS 1.1 and 1.2), then come June 30, 2018, your business will be in violation of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Find out how you can take action now.
A simplified explanation from WSM on how to resolve and prevent a security breach.