I’m not saying it is inevitable or unavoidable, but web-based security threats are something you just cannot ignore if you own a website. You might say, hey – I
have a website with content only – I have nothing to lose, right? Wrong. The hackers can get into your server and exploit it to send spam emails or any illegal
files, to set up a temporary web server, using them as part of a botnet, etc. Nonetheless, if you have a website that handles critical customer information like their
personal and financial data, you are in a bigger mess. With Drupal web development, you are minimizing your risks of getting hacked as Drupal prevents common critical
security vulnerabilities and has proven to be a secure solution for small and large enterprises.
Today, millions of websites are powered by Drupal CMS – many of which are government websites, e-commerce stores, banking and financial institutions that need to be
extra secured from the wild web. Drupal is largely known for the security it provides through its refined access controls, strong password encryptions, frequent
security updates, highly expert security team, etc. That being said, you will still need to follow the security protocols to maintain safety of your Drupal website.
So, what features makes Drupal CMS so secure?