Server Hardening Resources
Device Hardening eliminates as many security risks as possible from your IT system, making your organization less vulnerable to attacks. Find out more by clicking on a link below.
Security Best Practice advocates the minimizing of your IT systems 'Attack Surface'. By using CIS Benchmark secure configuration guidance we can harden systems against attack. Known vulnerabilities can be removed and defenses strengthened by applying an expert-derived configuration policy.
Read the latest blogs, articles, case studies, white papers, videos and press releases on server hardening from industry experts New Net Technologies.
- Disable Windows Services
- Cyber Threat Sharing Bill and Cyber Incident Response Scheme – Shouldn’t We Start with System Hardening and FIM?
- File Integrity Monitoring – Database Security Hardening Basics
- Linux Server Hardening
- Windows Server 2008 2008R2 Hardening Guide
- Server Hardening Policy - Examples and Tips
- Server Hardening Checklist - Which Configuration Hardening Checklist Will Make My Server Most Secure?
- What are the recommended Audit Policy settings for Windows & Linux
- All Device Hardening Articles
Read: IT security basics are being overlooked
"Recent breaches have revealed that not only are many security experts guilty of focusing on the bright shiny new products while overlooking the more mundane evolutionary upgrades of traditional defences. Of course, security threats are constantly changing – but is that a reason to ignore the first principles of IT security: assessing vulnerabilities, hardening the infrastructure, and checking for unexpected changes?"