Domain & Email Security
Why do you need it?
If your Digital Assets are not secured properly, you open yourself up to Cyber Attacks like Malware, Virus’, Ransomware and a whole host of other ‘nasties’ that can cause problems for you and your business. Not only that, but if not properly set up, your Domain can be used and abused to compromise those people that you communicate with, thereby exposing them to potential fraud as well as damage to your brand and reputation. Ensure good Domain and Email Security by ensuring all the correct Protocols are in place – SSL Certificates / DMARC Policies etc. Don’t get caught!
Protect your Domain from Spoofing
If your Domain Records are not setup correctly, your Domain can be spoofed and used to trick others.
Minimise your Users exposure to Malware
Ensure all digital communication is adequately encrypted
Prevent Legitimate Email from being Rejected
Benefits of Securing your Domains
Visitors to your Website are protected
Become DMARC Compliant
Prevent your Customers falling for Fraud
Maximise your Cyber Security
Protect your Brand Reputation
Sleep comfortably at night
Our IT Engineers have years of experience managing Domain Security!
Speak to us about doing an Audit of your Digital Assets to see what can be improved.
We'll assist you with your Website Hosting and SSL Certificates
We'll make sure that you are DMARC Compliant
In the event of problems - we'll help you fix them
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