Infographic: 5 Tips to Enhance Your Web Application Security

Web application security is the idea of building websites to perform as expected, even when they are under cyberattack. The concept includes a collection of security controls engineered into a Web application to guard its assets against potentially malicious actors.

Therefore, web application security how-to needs to be an important priority if you plan on going commercial with your web application. Luckily, there are many ways to improve web application security with ease. Here are the most common problems that Wallencore teams find when reviewing web applications for security vulnerabilities.

EASY TO FIND. EASY TO ATTACK.

Creating a web application is now easier than ever because of developments in modern frameworks and cloud technology. Web applications can be found everywhere and are supporting vital business functions such as managing projects, direct selling, B2B communications, and supporting staff. This broad use carries unwanted attention from cyber attackers for numerous reasons. Web applications are easy to find. Either by a simple Google search or DNS brute force, web applications are easily identified, and as such, are very exploitable. A vast number of public exploits are available for almost every web stack. These issues are generally known, and attacks can often be automated.

To read Wallencore’s top 5 tips for web application security please download the 5 Tips to Enhance Your Web Application Security infographic in PDF version.

Infographic: 5 Tips to Enhance Your Web Application Security

 

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