Server Security

A server can provide many features & fill many roles; DC, DHCP, DNS, VPN, network files, AD & more. None of these roles should be exposed to unnecessary threats & must be secured. Server security is paramount for any server; however, every company’s requirements differ. Secure IO stand out in that we don’t recommend anything that is not required, only what is necessary.

  • Host Intrusion Prevention
  • Penetration Testing
  • Group Policy
  • Secure Authentication
  • Encryption
  • IT Audit & Technology Review
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Malware Infections Since 2008

In 2017, 49% of reported successful attacks on companies were due to viruses & malware with 27% being targeted attacks. Without effective technical & administrative controls in place, an internal server is susceptible to exploitation from these attacks. Increase your server security to reduce the risk. (Source: Kaspersky – Globally renowned IT security software company)

At the centre of every large network is a server that manages one or many roles within a company. If this server is to be exploited, there might be catastrophic failure of key roles that cause downtime, performance loss or even loss of company or client data. If this is an acceptable risk, read no further; however, in a digital world, this is unfortunately not largely an acceptable risk. A server can be exploited by internal or external threats, the security does not start at the server level, it ends there; as such, Secure IO investigate each case on its own merits. Internal threats may not be a problem, should staff be close family members; however, casual employees with no inherent loyalties to the company introduce risks which require mitigation strategies. External threats similarly introduce risks & must be appreciated as potential risks to the company operations.

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We monitor 162
client computers


We protect 9 TB of
sensitive data

Servers are primary, is yours secure?

A modern company must secure all data locally on their servers using modern technical & administrative controls. If you are concerned with your business computer security, allow Secure IO to secure your company servers.

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