Server Security Service

Security became one of the most important aspects of any online service provider for a stable and better business. New exploits and vulnerabilities are detected each day passes, poorly configured server components will put your business in jeopardy. You might be wondering why you need some technicians to do the job…! Well, Have you ever wonder how many ports does your server expose to the open world to connect to? How many unwanted services are you running on the server that eats your server resources and possibly opens a back-door or vulnerability to the attackers… This is where the situation demands someone who has explored every part of the server and knows what strategy to use.. Because as security increases, usability also decreases

iServerSupport offers the best and affordable Server Security Service which will cover all areas of your server no matter what kind of service you are running on the server. You will be able to utilize our Server Security Service regardless of the Operating System your Server uses. We have L1 – L2 level Microsoft and Redhat Certified System administrators who will be able to identify and resolve any security threats against your servers. Keeping components and kernel to the latest version holds a critical influence in server security to keep it safe.

$89.00/Month

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  • Customizing Login access points to mask the original access point

  • Implementing IP banning for Failed Login to avoid brute force attacks

  • Installation and configuration of Server Firewall

  • Server ports checkup for unwanted connections to vulnerable ports

  • Hardening Webserver to withstand incoming attacks

  • Installation and configuration of web application firewall ensure application safety

  • File permission management

  • Database server installation and security tweaking

  • User management by removing the default users created by various services

  • Backup configuration and restoration

  • Monitoring and managing Login attempts

  • Removing unnecessary applications

  • Updating components and kernel to avoid vulnerabilities

  • Implementing password policy

  • Installation and configuration of Antivirus to prevent malware infection

  • Securing console access to the server

  • Tweaking kernel parameters to prevent SYN-FLOOD attack

  • Group Policy Management

  • Securing Networks to prevent flooding

  • Configuring mod_evasive module to prevent DDOS attack