Server Hardening is the term used to describe the use of advanced security measures such as SSH hardening, disabling unnecessary services, hardening systctl.conf and more to increase server security and create a safer server operating environment. The security measures used when performing server hardening services focus on minimizing a server's attack surface and thus decreasing the server's vulnerability to attacks.
A server's default config is not designed for security but for usability, communications and functionality. Most operating systems need to have their config files tweaked in order to lessen the risks of a breach and attack on your server. In order to best protect your business or organization you need to use complex and up to date server hardening techniques. Only the experts at WebLift use the best server hardening techniques and follow a strict policy with up to date server hardening checklists.
Every company has it's own method for increasing server security, but our expert team takes it to the next level by offering three levels of security and using the best process in the business.
Some of the the server hardening techniques that WebLift uses include:
In addition to those hardening techniques our professional team also does the following:
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