Server configuration flaws can leave systems vulnerable to attack, whether locally or through the internet. We can uncover these flaws and help you address them. Our server build reviews are perfect for clients in Bristol and Bath, but we can also help you if you’re based elsewhere.
System builds are immensely important at the corporate level, underpinning the daily operations of huge businesses — yet they’re not always fit for purpose. They can be cobbled together by people with limited technical expertise in an effort to save money, or created by unscrupulous IT professionals who don’t expect their work to be checked. This is a huge problem.
This is the era of cloud computing, and network infrastructure reaches everywhere. If there’s a security flaw in your server setup, it may be possible for malicious parties to gain unauthorised access and use it to harm your business. They could copy vital data and threaten to release it, or simply attack your system to prevent it from working correctly.
Accordingly, investment in your server configuration is fully justified, and a secure server build review will discover any lurking threats so you can defuse them. The result will be a stronger network and a greatly-diminished chance of suffering a cyber security attack.
When you decide to proceed with a server review, we’ll assign you an expert tester to discuss how your system was built, what you’re worried about, and what (if anything) you expect to find. Following this, they’ll deploy a range of comprehensive automated scans to pore through your server configuration and flag up any flaws or inconsistencies.
Note that their scope will include both your cloud settings and your local settings, meaning they’ll also investigate each relevant Windows build. This is necessary because any weak link in a chain leaves the whole thing vulnerable. Each of our testers has a wealth of expertise in this area, so your assigned tester will know precisely which areas to focus on.
The results of the automated scans will tell our tester how to proceed. They may need to run some manual tests in specific areas. Alternatively, they may simply have to focus on parsing the issues picked up, adding context, explaining them in full, and ordering them by priority. Regardless, your takeaway will be the same: a full report complete with recommendations.
What typically makes a server weak to attack? There are many issues that can arise (and many different reasons for them showing up), but some are more common than others. Let’s take a quick look at some of the server vulnerabilities that we uncover on a regular basis.
Servers can be extremely complex, and this means that vulnerabilities can appear in many different areas. A server build review gives you the information you need to take action.
At Edge Cyber Security, we strive to offer top-notch testing and impartial advice at reasonable prices. We do security work because we love it, and we’re constantly investigating new technologies that might help our clients achieve stronger security systems. No matter the projects we’re given, we pursue our tasks with enthusiasm and commitment.
Based in Bristol, we serve the entirety of the UK. If you’re looking for a security partner who’ll treat your business with as much care as you do, choose Edge Cyber Security to provide your cyber security services. You can rely on us.
We’ll listen to your ideas, discuss your needs, and advise accordingly. It may sound obvious, but it isn’t always done. We look at it this way: your success is our success.
We’ll provide comprehensive support to help your business find the most appropriate solutions to any identified vulnerabilities. Every tier includes broad recommendations.
Our security consultants have cultivated their skills across various sectors, and we’ll assign you a penetration tester with the background to understand your business needs..
Rarely does a single package fit all clients, and this couldn't be more true in cyber security. That's why we work with you to develop a bespoke engagement that works for you regardless of the project size.