The sensitivities of the digital era have become progressively quite popular. Ages ago these sensitivities were the realm of only specialized security professionals but now its on the minds of almost every other website owner who is concerned about DDOS attacks, malware, information theft, site defacement, hacking, and any other serious threats to their work and for the security of their customers.
As cybersecurity is becoming more popular firms are gradually exploiting this genuine terror of commercializing and selling fear itself. Instead of treating cybersecurity as a valid business hazard to be dissolved using data and knowledge based best practices and testing, firms are selling opaque black box sensitivity measures that tell website owners that they are prone to hacking based on one of hundreds secret indicators that they won’t distribute.
For these website owners, data-based sensitivity scanners could be a very practical and productive tool that offers custom services and guidance to expand the safety of their website.