Dealing with flaws in your firmware and aligning your Windows server to industry-recognized security standards ensures it is security-hardened and resilient to attack.
Software security flaws can be corrected in an update process, but a fundamental hardware flaw requires costly hardware changes or even a complete product recall. This means making the right hardware design decisions early on in your development process is especially imperative. Mitiget provides security engineering and auditing services for hardware and firmware solutions. Our superior expertise in hardware and software convergence is trusted by manufacturers around the world.
As part of our deliverable in this service, our security specialists will check whether your organization is resistant to a variety of simulated social engineering attacks, conducted over the Internet, over the phone or physically at your premises. Our assessments cover known Operating Systems build against security vulnerabilities.
Mitiget’s Windows server assessment is one of its kind. It covers the following:
Our build and configuration reviews help ensure that corporate system builds for servers, workstations, laptops, and other network infrastructure are configured securely and in line with security best practices and standards. It is important to have robust and secure standardized builds that are consistently deployed, as this provides assurance that business-critical systems are protected from both a network and a local perspective.
We always provide a detailed report at the end of our assessment that includes the risks to your business and recommendations for remedial actions. This helps to ensure that your IT assets are aligned to the latest industry and vendor guidance and thus hardened against attack.
Mitiget’s Server Room/Data Center Audit Maintains Resilience. There are the areas in focus:
Have your server room been audited so as to reduce the risks of theft, tampering, sabotage and vulnerabilities in access controls?
Your server room is a big indicator of the health of your network. Whether you’re working with an internal IT department or an outsourced provider, attention should be paid to the overall organization and structure of your server room or data center. Mitiget helps organizations review server room or data center posture in line with best practices in order to identify red flags and keep things organized, clean and hazard-free.
We’ve seen a lot of server room nightmares in our time helping clients organize their technology. In order to avoid fire hazards, overheating equipment, unauthorized access, insurance claim issues, and confusion regarding the state of your network, it is important adhere to be server room best practices. This will help extend the life of your equipment and make things much easier for you and your business.
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