From $2/per month

Server Hardening

No more daily babysitting servers. In fact, Linux is as close to “set it and forget it” as you will ever find. And, on the off chance, one service on the server requires restarting, re-configuring, upgrading, etc... Most likely the rest of the server won’t be affected.
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Patch and Remediation Management

Our teams work with your existing patch management solution to ensure all critical systems have all critical security patches applied within a timeline that is aligned to the exposure of the systems. We also ensure that the patching mechanisms covers not only the standard operating system patches, but also those that might be applicable to databases and critical endpoint software such as Microsoft Office, Java, Adobe, browsers, etc.

Scheduling server patches — Patch deployment may not be necessary every month if the vulnerabilities identified do not apply to the servers. However, in the event that no patches are needed, the servers will be rebooted every month, unless there is a customer need to remain available. With the large number of patches from Microsoft, you should assume that there will be critical patches every month and that patches will need to be installed with a reboot to follow.

There is a risk that something won’t function properly after the updates. This is very rare and in most cases, a patch can be uninstalled. The patching schedule takes this risk into consideration, and patches are applied to test, development, and non-critical systems first to mitigate potential failures.

Linux servers provide a great application hosting platform for LAMP-stack applications such as WordPress, Joomla and Drupal.

Here are some categories we focuse on when securing a Linux server:

  • SSH Server Hardening
  • Apache / Nginx Hardening
  • FTP Server Hardening
  • Local Firewall Hardening
  • Software-Specific Hardening
  • Control Panel Software
  • Kernel Updates, Software Repository Hardening
  • Automated User Password Aging / Lockout
  • Unnecessary Service Audit
  • Kernel-Level Hardening
  • File and Directory Permissions Audit

Microsoft Windows Server Hardening

  • Remote Desktop Protocol Hardening
  • Windows Registry Key Hardening
  • Group Policy Audit and Hardening
  • Service Audit and Lockdown
  • Password Policy Audit and Lockdown
  • Firewall Audit and Configuration
  • Audit Policy Configuration
  • Service Pack / Hotfix Audit and Remediation
  • File System Permission Audit
  • Anti-virus Configuration and Management