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System Hardening

Going beyond default configurations to achieve better security.

System hardening refers to the process of securing a computer system by reducing its surface of vulnerability. This involves configuring system settings, removing unnecessary software, closing unused ports, and implementing security best practices to protect against cyber threats. Our system hardening services aim to fortify your IT infrastructure, ensuring that your systems are robust, resilient, and compliant with industry standards. We use the CIS Benchmarks as a guide as well as a mix of our own bespoke tooling to achieve a better overall security posture for your systems.

Types of System Hardening We Offer

  • Operating Systems

  • ​Applications

  • Databases

  • Networks (Internal and External)

  • Cloud (Azure, AWS and GCP)

Benefits of System Hardening

Enhanced Security Posture
Adhering to industry best-practice recommendations allows your systems to remain at a known-good security baseline.


Improved Performance
Removing bloatware and unnecessary features from systems can offer a performance benefit as well as a security one.


Regulatory Compliance
Harden your systems as part of wider work to achieve regulatory compliance such as PCI-DSS.


Reduced Risk of Breaches
Running hardened systems means you're less likely to suffer a data breach because you'v reduced the attack surface.

Get Started with System Hardening Today!

Protect your business from cyber threats with our system hardening services.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you secure your environment and maintain compliance with industry standards.

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