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Securing Your Servers

Server security is critical to securing IT infrastructure. Every business today has one or multiple servers connected to the Internet. Protecting those servers and the data that they hold is most essential for business credibility.

Securing large, complex servers require specialists with trained expertise. The IT team at QBurst has qualified professionals to support clients in their infrastructure management needs. We ensure reliability and uptime by implementing hardening measures at multiple levels.

Some of the standard practices include:
  • Physically securing the server facility
  • Separating database server from application server
  • Performing security audits using tools
  • Enforcing IP-based access restrictions
  • Establishing server password policy
  • Limiting access using the principle of least privilege
  • Isolating production environments [VPC in AWS, vNET in Azure]
  • SSH hardening
  • Hardening of web server and application server
  • Monitoring systems, network, and infrastructure

“Security Is Not a Product; It's a Process.”

- Bruce Schneier, Computer Security and Privacy Specialist

Server Security

Our IT infrastructure services don’t end with configuration and deployment. We have technical support teams to monitor and maintain your infrastructure for you. We will watch over your servers while you focus on your business.

24x7 Server Support

Application Layer

Hardening of the server application layer constitutes:
  • Setting up web server firewalls
  • Encrypting local storage
  • Installing secure (SSL) certificates
  • Disabling of HTTP trace requests, directory indexing, etc.
  • Disabling certain system-level functions

Operating System Layer

At the OS level, security measures can include:
  • Advanced policy firewall
  • DDos deflate
  • Secure shared memory
  • Removal of unnecessary libraries, drivers, and file sharing
  • Custom alerting from within server for security breach
  • Email spoofing checks
  • Brute force detection
  • RootKits scan
  • Automatic OS updates
  • Activity, error, and alert logging
  • Regular upgrades to existing software and packages

For server security audit and hardening