Servers host a lot of important information. Some of this information helps the server run and keeps the interface on the webpage functional, and some of the other server information stores tables and tables of user data, personal information, and other credentials.
A secure, dedicated server hosting plan is the best way to have a high-functionality site that can keep user information private. Loss of user data can result in lawsuits and an innumerable amount of consequences that could irreversibly damage your business ventures and reputation.
Advanced Server Security
Many multiple domain web hosting services offer advanced server security, but not all of them are as secure as others. When signing up with new hosts, make sure to ask whether or not passwords can be applied to directories, and ask if the server features any advanced security software on-board.
This could be the difference between the success, or failure, of your business, so never forsake it.
A good host will always pre-configure and install security software that will protect your server from viruses and hackers. Look for a logo at the bottom of a prospective host‘s page that indicates that their site or server is hacker tested. If you don‘t see the logo, feel free to contact the host customer support and ask about what kind of security they employ to make sure their customers aren‘t DDOS‘d, hacked, or compromised by would-be hostile action.
Many servers employ anti-DDOS floodgates that are effective in fighting against low-scale DDOS attacks. In the end, if enough clients try to DDOS your site, it will end up going down.
Make sure to use long passwords that incorporate capital and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters.
This is the best way to guarantee that your databases will never be brute forced or hacked by intruders, and while this won‘t protect you from every hack attempt (keeping in mind keyloggers), it will prevent less sophisticated users from gaining access to your server with malicious programs, brute forcers, or other methods that compromise website and user security.
Understand that as the administrator, it is your duty to protect the private information of your clients and userbase from outside intrusion. To find a secure host that meets your demands, search for a host that employs a number of anti-hacking features to protect your dedicated server from outside intrusion attempts.
Value nothing above the security of your website, and make it your top priority with a host you can trust.