In the digital age, modern technology continues to evolve with no sign of slowing down, and arguably the most vital resource going forward is the internet. While many aspects of day-to-day life have been completely changed by getting online, it’s the transformation of the business world that’s been most impactful.
A website is a necessity and a valuable tool for modern-day companies, but due to the possibility of cyber attacks, it’s essential for your website to be secure at all times. Below, you’ll find a detailed, easy-to-understand guide highlighting the security benefits of our Linux dedicated servers service.
Are you a Windows user? We’ve also written a guide for the system security of Windows dedicated servers.
No matter if you’re a small business owner, a blogger, freelancer, or part of a larger organisation, making sure that your website is safe is paramount for continued success. If you happen to be a larger business with a sizeable web presence and a site that demands a higher level of performance and security, Linux dedicated servers are the perfect web hosting service. But, why?
A dedicated server means that you will have an entire server to yourself, meaning that you benefit from having access to 100% of the resources available. Primarily this an attractive characteristic of Linux dedicated servers because of the performance capabilities it provides, but not having to share a server environment is also brilliant in regards to security. By having no other websites on your server, it means that there isn’t a possibility of being affected by corrupted sites or site owners with bad intentions.
Another security benefit of dedicated Linux servers is that by being physical hardware, rather than a virtual server environment, it creates less opportunity for your website to be hacked.
Cybercrime is an unfortunate result of the advancements in modern technology, and cyber attacks have become a severe and costly concern for businesses. Cyber attacks are a plague that cost companies dearly, and it’s for this reason that cybersecurity has become a necessity. With Linux dedicated servers, you have the very best chance of keeping a website safe.
Cyber attacks cost UK businesses billions every year, but a financial impact isn’t the only way companies will suffer. A breach that leads to the loss of customer’s private or financial information will have an enormous effect on a company’s reputation and how they are perceived, impacting their ability to gain and retain customers. Data protection tends to be something that the public take very seriously (and with good reason), so it’s essential to take the right steps to ensure your site is secure — and dedicated servers hosting is the answer.
The maintenance and close monitoring of security are essential for continued website success, but not all site owners have the know-how or experience to do so confidently. An advanced service such as dedicated Linux servers can be quite daunting in this sense, which is why we provide our dedicated servers customers with a user-friendly control panel, making a seemingly complex product simple and easy to understand.
We can provide you with either CPanel or Plesk, both of which are easy-to-use control panels designed to manage the websites, email accounts, and databases on your server. Having all of your website’s up-to-date information in one place will make it a lot easier to monitor your site’s progress in real time and spot any issues that could become a security risk.
Are you in need of a high-quality website hosting service that provides superior security and performance? Linux dedicated servers are the perfect choice for business and website owners who require ultimate reliability and utmost quality. Cyber Host Pro offers a wide range of services to suit a variety of budgets and needs.
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