3 Tactics to Make Your Business Website More Secure


There are various measures that you can take to ensure the security of your business website. These days there are more and more reasons why you should take the necessary measures to safeguard your online presence. Due to the growing prevalence of e-commerce in the days post Coronavirus 19, there will soon be governmental regulations place on the safeguards that businesses use to protect their consumers’ data. These are completely vital steps that must be taken both to ensure your safety as a business from computer hackers, as well as to protect your customers and consumers from virtual attacks.

  1. Login Precautions

Your website should contain a login option, to ensure that your customers’ personal information is well-protected. Whether you offer online services or goods for sale via e-commerce, it is important to offer your customers a login option to complete their purchases. This login option protects the customers’ vital information, such as personal identity and address. Should the customer be requesting a product from your business that necessitates shipping, this login option will keep the customer’s shipping and personal address information private. The login option should contain a two-factor authentication process, utilizing both a phone number and basic login. Additionally, having a login process protects the customer’s payment information, including credit card information and billing address.

  1. Protect Your Own Credentials

When designing your website, you will have the option of making your credentials public or private. The website will require that you register ownership with a name and address. When doing so, there should be an option that your personal details remain private. If this is not the case with your hosting provider, you will want to install software that enables you to encrypt this information. It is quite easy for any computer hacker to discover your personal identity, address, and payment details if you do not choose to encrypt this information. This can be done simply by right-clicking on the website and selecting the “Properties” tab. Please ensure that you have taken the necessary steps to make this information as private as possible, to secure the privacy of your business and yourself.

  1. Infrastructure as a Service

The infrastructure offered as part of your website is sometimes offered as a service by credentialed website design professionals. It should be kept in mind that these services can be contracted to professionally ensure that your website’s infrastructure is free from leaks of your personal information. The properly trained website designer can build your site so that it operates like a well-oiled virtual machine. The professional can store the information needed to build the website via cloud computing. By saving this infrastructure to cloud software, you ensure that all of your personal data is backed up and safe from invasion. Examples of this type of software include VMware enterprise cloud and Google Drive backup. This is an essential part of securing your business website’s data and it is recommended that you hire a professional to design the infrastructure of your website.

All in all, many various methods can be employed to ensure that your private data is stored securely, as well as the data of your customers. You will want to create a login option for customers to safeguard their personal information. You will also want to hide your personal information from the credentials of your website and employ a website design professional to privatize the infrastructure of your website to ensure security.

Delan Cooper is a writer with years of experience in marketing communication. He enjoys meeting new people and reading more books to get inspired for his own book. Connect with him on Twitter.