It is important to learn how to write the code to build your own Website Security Audit. A review of your security implementation will be vital if you want to maintain the highest level of safety and privacy for your website.
It will take you several hours to complete a simple web page. But the more sophisticated and difficult pages will likely take many days. In order to fully verify that a website has been setup securely and is ready for use, a basic web page can be a real time saver.
If you are able to learn how to write the code for your basic page, you will need to have a few pages that will fulfill the different needs of your audience. Here are some of the pages that you might want to include in your pages:
Address Sheet – You may only need to show your customers who you are, but not necessarily how you do business. If your address is shown too frequently, it is important to make sure it is brief and clear.
Contact Page – Gives them a place to call or send you an email. You may want to add a support number so they can leave feedback. You could also incorporate links to additional pages.
Contact Form – You may only need to request a mailing address and then you will need to provide contact information for other things. You can put in your phone number, a postal address, email address and additional information that they may need. If possible include a link to email them.
Contact Form – You will want to send them an email when a form is submitted. If you are offering additional services the next step is to send them an email with all of the details of what you offer. However, this step can be skipped if it doesn’t have to do with the main idea of your web site.
Basic Form – When an email address is entered, the email address is encrypted and sent to the address on the basic form. A valid email address is used to verify a person’s identity.
Privacy Statement – Make sure the Privacy Statement provides enough detail about what happens to their information. The statement should also contain a backlink to your site.
Site Stats Page – Every time someone logs into your site, they will see a statistics page with statistics on how often they visit your site. You can use these statistics to see how effective your site is and measure the success of your privacy practices. You can also use the statistics to see if you need to improve anything.
All these small steps will give you a good idea of how your website is performing and how you can better meet the security needs of your audience. It is just like driving around your neighborhood and checking out the local bars and nightclubs before you decide to join.