The new GDPR regulations mean that business owners need to be active, and proactive participants, in their website security. The GDPR seventh principle outlines the need for processes and management to ensure data breaches don't occur, and that users are safe when browsing your website.

Website security testing can become very expensive, with manual security audits and penetration testing easily costing upwards of £1,000 a time. Because the internet is not static, and your website platform (and third party modules) will change and update over time, it is important that you actively monitor for these issues on a regular basis. 

CyberScanner does this weekly.

If you fail to actively monitor and take the basic steps necessary to secure your customer data, you could receive a ICO fine alongside a serious data breach, which can bring a fine of up to 4% of your gross annual turnover.

CyberScanner enables you to take these basic steps with a low month fee, and identifies the issues for your appointed developer to fix.

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