# How do wing ribs withstand lateral lift force?

During roll,there is a vertical component of lift that keeps the plane in the air and an horizontal component that actually rolls the plane,how are wing ribs designed to help withstand this vertical(now sideways to ribs) lift force since wing ribs are inherently weak laterally?

The only case where the wings will see some side force is when the aircraft is in a sideslip, i.e. $\beta \neq 0$.