There are various challenges and problems related to the internet that global business faces. These challenges are as follows:
Protecting web applications:
On a global scale, protecting web applications is one of the top challenges for an organization. In international markets, providing a simple password for web applications creates cybersecurity problems that affect the organization and its resources. With this in mind, the company should consider a certificate option and multi-item verification.
User Data Protection:
Globally, most organizations use the Internet to make effective communication with customers. In this case, the protection of confidential data and customer information creates problems for the company. There is a risk of exposure to sensitive and high quality data and criminal access to that data to provide harm to customers or users (Shoniregun, 2007).
User System Hijacking:
Preventing the hijacking of the user system is also one of the most important issues for the global business. Protecting user data and access codes for various viruses, worms and Trojans is a challenging task for the company (Garfinkel, Spafford & Schwartz, 2011). Without protecting passwords and data, a company may lose its customer base.
Management of external data and information is also one of the key issues the organization may face at the global level. There is always the threat that hackers or outsiders may copy company-related information and users at any time with the help of the Internet (Schweitzer, 2002). This also presents the company’s security challenges to protect data.
Verifying user identity:
Verification of user identity also presents challenges to companies at the global level. In order to access the website and the company’s website, user authentication is essential to prevent theft and fraud. Low security and low level user password create company challenges.