Liquid Web Launches Protection & Remediation Services for its Managed Hosting Solutions
Lansing, MI-based managed hosting and managed application services provider Liquid Web has launched new Protection & Remediation Services for its Managed Hosting solutions to better protect customers from cyberattacks and help them achieve their compliance objectives.
Cybersecurity is now a major concern for businesses given the increase in attacks and the high cost of remediating security incidents and data breaches. When cyberattacks succeed, identifying a breach typically takes 200 days or more. During the time that systems are compromised, sensitive data can be stolen and significant damaged can be caused.
Liquid Web’s new Protection & Remediation Services have the dual purpose of hardening server and application-level defenses to make it more difficult for cyberattacks to succeed and also ensure that if defenses are breached, the attacks are identified and remediated rapidly.
Liquid Web achieves this through the use of a range of preventative security tools such as web application firewalls, antivirus protection, and vulnerability scanning. These measures ensure protection against the most common types of cyberattacks on businesses’ cloud-based applications and infrastructure. In the event of malware being installed on their systems, it will be rapidly detected and neutralized.
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“Security continues to be top-of-mind to hosting customers looking to protect their cloud footprint. Most organizations, especially in the SMB market, do not have the expertise or resources to implement and manage the technologies that can provide even a minimal level of security,” said Chief Technology Officer, Joe Oesterling. “Our new Protection and Remediation packages are purpose-built to provide security and compliance measures for our customers’ website and applications workloads, as well as their server instances.”