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Corporate web security is the process of protecting a company’s online presence from threats. This includes protecting the website itself from attacks, as well as the company’s reputation and brand from damage. Corporate web security encompasses a wide range of activities, from ensuring the website is secure and up-to-date, to monitoring online activity for signs of malicious activity. It is a critical part of any company’s overall security strategy.
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There are a few key trends in corporate web security technology:
1. Increased focus on data security: With the rise of data breaches and cyber attacks, businesses are increasingly focused on protecting their data. This includes ensuring that data is encrypted and stored securely, as well as implementing security measures to prevent unauthorized access.
2. More sophisticated attacks: attackers are becoming more sophisticated in their methods, which has led to an increase in the need for more sophisticated security solutions. This includes solutions that can detect and prevent advanced attacks, such as those that use malware or zero-day exploits.
3. BYOD and mobile security: With the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, more employees are using…