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System Hardening is the process of altering or removing non-essential software, and reviewing the privileges and capabilities of essential user accounts and software to minimize the potential tools available to an attacker. Unpatched and poorly configured programs are simple examples of red flags, because they could allow a hacker to deploy successful exploits without the inherent risk of intelligence gathering.  We work with you to inventory the hardware and software components of your network, identify vulnerable software configurations, and provide you with clear and actionable steps to secure your network.


Suggested duration:  Network & customer dependent

Activities:  Hardware/software review, application of security guidelines and best practices

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