Best practices to secure servers and IT infrastructure

| October 27, 2016

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iWeb's servers are provided unmanaged, with the exception of managed hosting offers (where some parts of the IT infrastructure security are included in the package). As such, securing servers is considered the client's responsibility. To help you secure your server(s), here are some  tips, recommendations and best practices to follow to increase the security of your assets and IT architecture. Our Technical Support team is available 24/7 and may help you to implement some of these. These tips and recommendations do not cover the entire scope of an IT infrastructure security. They focus on the server's security side, not the client side. They represent the most important ones for companies who have their IT infrastructure publicly accessible, like web hosting companies.

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