Securing Your Server and Client’sData

Server hardening is the process of tuning the server operating system to increase security and help prevent unauthorized access. We know each environment is unique and we work with you to design a server hardening plan that works with your applications while increasing security and stability. Many of the hardening items are automatically checked daily with our automated Optimum Management service offering. Reduce your server attack surface today. Contact us for more information.

How We Helps

Reduce Downtime

By monitoring more than a dozen server health checks, we can spot and fix issues before your customers even notice.

Eliminate Problems

By applying OS and panel updates quickly, we reduce that chance that software bugs or security issues impact your services.

Assure Security

We manage firewall, intrusion and anti-DOS settings to help you avoid painful security attacks.

Protect Data

All plans include daily, full-server off-site backups. We use an enterprise-grade backup solution to take the guesswork out of data recovery.

Improve Strategy

We help you align your IT needs with your business goals by providing clear, no-jargon assessment of your service options.

Boost Performance

We go beyond server optimization by helping you integrate tools and monitoring to identify and stomp out any performance issues.

Basic Security


Advance Security


Compare Plan Features

  Basic Security Advanced Security
Secure /etc/passwd and /etc/group
SU security
Init scripts security
tmp folder(s) security
Shell fork bomb protection
Compiler security
SHM security
OpenSSH server hardening
FTP service security
CSF installation and tuning

General Performance Tuning and Site Tuning Assistance

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1. Memory Tuning - review the allocation and use of memory by the various components of your site/application. Memory tuning ensures that you are using RAM efficiently and have enough headroom to avoid disk swapping

2. Web Server and Application Optimization - review your web server and various application processes to assess the overall efficiency and performance

3. Database Tuning - review your database connections and pooling scheme, configuration parameters, logs, and database indexing and retrieval. Database tuning is essential for application optimization, particularly when you expect an increase in site usage

4. Capacity Review - determine if your resource allocations are sufficient for your current and anticipated needs

5. Security Review - verify that the operating system, web server, and application services are up to date and have no vulnerabilities, investigate for breaches and security problems