At CWCS Managed Hosting, we provide the highest levels of protection and security for your server. We have extensive physical and cyber security protection throughout our data centres. We are also certified to the internationally recognised information security standard ISO 27001.
For even more robust security, you can add your own, additional level of protection by having a Cisco ASA firewall connected direct to your dedicated server.
A co-location firewall means we set up your own, individual firewall on your server. It will only be used by your server; it will not be shared with anyone else.
As well as providing extra security, it also gives you full control over your firewall security configuration. You can set it up to meet your organisations security policies, and update or change your firewall configuration whenever you like. It also means you can securely set up VPN connection to your server.
We use a proven, enterprise-class Cisco ASA firewall with next-generation capabilities. It proactively protects your server before new threats start to affect it.
Unfortunately, throughout the industry, attempted attacks on servers are an almost daily occurrence. An individual firewall on your dedicated server, set up to your precise needs, gives you extra protection, extra control and extra peace of mind.
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Compliant to ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 27001:2013, CWCS is independently audited for your assurance that you will receive the highest level of quality, and will ensure your information secure, intact, and only available to those authorised to access it.
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