Network Security Measures

An MSSP should provide a complete outsourced security solution for an organization’s leading data center. We have expertise in:

Firewall, intrusion detection, firewall protection, network security and security incidents management.

You need to be confident that the network security program is up to the task of protecting the applications and data as they traverse the public internet. The IMSI Security Product List (ISPL) is part of the MSSP package, also there are services for MSSP which you can find in this webpage online. It includes:

Advance Threat Detection (ATD) – This tool compares how the data traffic is encrypted with Internet Key Exchange (IKE) and Active Directory/Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) encryption methods.

– This tool compares how the data traffic is encrypted with Internet Key Exchange (IKE) and Active Directory/Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) encryption methods. Antispam Analysis – Uses your analysis for more accurate results in compliance and compliance intelligence.

– Uses your analysis for more accurate results in compliance and compliance intelligence. Antivirus – For preventing virus infections that may lead to mis-configuration, network compromise or the loss of user data.

– For preventing virus infections that may lead to mis-configuration, network compromise or the loss of user data. Cloud Diagnostics – Provides insights on applications and data hosted on Microsoft Azure for further analysis and security recommendations.

– Provides insights on applications and data hosted on Microsoft Azure for further analysis and security recommendations. Data Loss Prevention – Tools to help protect personal data that is located on the network from unauthorized access and data loss.

– Tools to help protect personal data that is located on the network from unauthorized access and data loss. Data Loss Prevention and Advanced Threat Protection – Improved technology to protect against data loss and prevent/mitigate software, hardware and user attacks.

– Improved technology to protect against data loss and prevent/mitigate software, hardware and user attacks. Extensible Storage Engine – Extends the capability to the network in ways that are not available with a standard SAN.

– Extends the capability to the network in ways that are not available with a standard SAN. Flexible Configuration – Provides flexibility to provide configurable information exchange. This includes: Secure connection to a private or secured network using HTTPS, HTTPS Secure (SSL), HTTPS Secure (WPA/WPA2) (WEP) or port 443, Secure (DHCP) or Basic services for private and secure web-browsing and content publishing services. Secure (S/MIME) Security Using certificates that secure connections with authentication and encryption to your enterprise users, apps, applications and services. Transport Layer Security (TLS) – Protects all Internet traffic, while providing extra protection for sensitive data such as key exchanges, identity, credit card and signature verification.

– Protects all Internet traffic, while providing extra protection for sensitive data such as key exchanges, identity, credit card and signature verification. Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Authentication – Provides remote connection to a Microsoft hosted Windows Server instance for usage, file and printer sharing, system and system center administration. Microsoft Active Directory – Provides access to network resources, and configuration and administration of remote Windows desktop and desktop connectivity applications.

  1. Very nice, but with a caveat: every time you change a web.config, not an app.config, you restart IIS for that site. That means you lose any meaningful debugging information in case of a situation that you need to examine in real time.

    I’ve met this case when I was investigating a weird problem on a production site. I suspected it had to do with a certain value in appSettings, but I couldn’t see if that was the case since the problem would also go away for a while if I just restarted IIS.

    So, just be careful where you store the configuration. Sometimes it is better to just serialize an object in your own file and forget the ConfigurationManager.

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