What is Server Hardening?

Server hardening is a set of disciplines and techniques which improve the security of an 'off the shelf' server.  Server Hardening is requirement of security frameworks such as PCI-DSS  and is typically included when organisations adopt ISO27001

How is server hardening done?

Server hardening: Put all servers in a secure datacenter; never test hardening on production servers; always harden servers before connecting them to the internet or external networks

What is hardening process in it?

In computing, hardening is usually the process of securing a system by reducing its surface of vulnerability, which is larger when a system performs more functions;

Why do we need server hardening?

The aim of server hardening is to reduce the attack surface of the server. ... By removing software that is not needed and by configuring the remaining software to maximize security the attack surface can be reduced.

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