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Hardening the IT infrastructure is an obligatory task for achieving a resilient to attacks infrastructure and complying with regulatory requirements. Hackers attack information systems and websites on an ongoing basis using various cyber-attack techniques.
To reduce these increasing amounts of dynamically emerging cyber-attacks, information systems, and servers especially, need to get hardened. System hardening means securing and configuring a system in such a way that it reduces its surface of vulnerability to a great extent. This is done largely by removing unnecessary software, hardening default credentials, disabling unnecessary services, and modifying other configuration parameters from default values so that the system works securely for a focused set of services. System hardening is basically making the network connected devices or computer or Operating System by configuring the system to eliminate all the possible risk an organization might face by the default configurations or the misconfigurations done on a system.
Threatsys hardening service focuses on review of your inventory of the network connected systems to understand what you have and how it is at risk before you can completely implement any hardening procedures. This includes reviewing current deployment and operational processes and understanding the threats and vulnerabilities to the various deployed systems and addressing any discovered security gaps. Our expert team focuses on configuration settings to remove unnecessary services, applying firewall rules, enforcing password complexity, setting failed login thresholds, and system idle time outs. Our System hardening service can also include installing an anti-virus program, up-to-date software, centralized log management solution, and applying vendor released system patches. Our expert team uses the hardening checklists which are based on the comprehensive checklists produced by The Center for Internet Security (CIS). Our system hardening service will ensure that system will be protected against security misconfigurations which can lead to any breach
System hardening is a continuous process, not something you can do once and forget about it. The result of your first system hardening effort should be a baseline secure configuration. Every change and addition to your web application and infrastructure must then be tested against that baseline to ensure everything is secure.. Let’s get started