Network Infrastructure Hardening
Are you worried about your infrastructure and its security configuration?
Correct device configurations alone are insufficient in securing a network infrastructure from attacks.
In addition to the initial configurations, the process of hardening is necessary to secure networks. Hardening includes steps to stop and remove unused services. Hardening standards need to be developed for each device based on its function and placement in the network. For example, an Internet facing switch is hardened differently than a user switch. Although these devices might be identical in every way, the hardening standard will be considerably different.
Moreover, operational procedures are essential to keep the standard and configurations current. CipherEx engineers will work with your team to create all necessary standards and procedures. As a result of the developed standards, hardened configurations will be produced for each network device which will improve your network security stance.