Exploits, Attacks & Hacks.
It’s time to ramp up your web application and server security!
It should come as no surprise that if you are online, you are constantly at risk of exploits, attacks, and hacks. Why? As the Web has become a core business asset, we have likewise become a lucrative and attractive target for a huge array of intrusions. Never has it been more important to lock down your servers and applications against these security threats. Comprehensive, proactive web application and server vulnerability scans are now a must for protecting against intrusion, discovery, and remediation.
So, What To Do?
If you have an in-house IT team, hopefully, you are already performing regular security scans. If you’re like most, however, it seems there’s never enough time or expertise to keep up with new threats; not to mention the rapidly changing technologies required to detect and remediate. And it’s not always for the faint of heart.
We Can Help.
While the two scans below are related, each is a different process. For instance, a server can host an infected website without being infected itself – a reason that servers have their own access rules and security procedures. On the other hand, a breached server opens a site to a multitude of intrusions seeking to gain access to the entire stored contents of a computer system – it’s data, applications, processing systems, and when networked communications between systems.
Server Vulnerability Scanning is a critical pathway to problem discovery. Server scanning involves checking your server perimeters and parameters. A few examples are checking for SSL and HTTP proxy support, suspicious traffic, outdated server components, opens ports, poor firewall implementation, improperly configured administrator accounts, anonymous access to system files and directories, and obsolete versions of system software.
What We Offer
SiteVision offers both scanning processes on a quarterly basis or ad-hoc as requested. It’s an excellent method for best-practice web security and intrusion discovery. We’ll then provide you with a detailed report on any issues found and tips on how to remediate in-house. You can also ask us to perform the mitigations for you, at which time we will provide you with an estimate based on the level of issues reported and the level of security needed to bring an application(s) into compliance. Call or contact us anytime with questions or component pricing. Rest assured, we will always act as a trusted partner to achieve expected results!