Your business requires a secure environment to maintain the integrity of both your applications and your infrastructure. The construction of that environment involves collaboration between you and us. Working together with your business, our security experts, infrastructure architects, and operations and technical personnel can design and deliver proactive and reactive measures designed to meet your specific needs.
Through collaboration with you, Rackspace can provide the infrastructure and solution requirements that can help you meet your specific needs, including threat protection such as DDoS Mitigation solutions, and vulnerability assessments.
Through engagement with thousands of customers, we have developed a security model based on Dr. W. Edwards Deming’s “Plan-Do-Check-Act “method of control and process improvement for the delivery of services.
We provide you with common tools and expertise that can help you mitigate the risk of cyber security breaches to your hosted systems.
We can help you reduce vulnerabilities using technologies that can detect and prevent intrusions.
By coordinating efforts with you and Approved Scanning Vendors (ASV), we can help you assess your environments and assist you in implementing controls.
We offer database access monitoring, encryption and key management solutions.
Compliance with Payment Card Industry standards can be costly and complex. Rackspace can help by providing infrastructure and solution requirements.
State-of-the-art data centers protected with
biometrics and 24-hour surveillance.
It doesn't get much more important when you're an ecommerce company than running the infrastructure that runs your site. That's your product. And because of that, we consider Rackspace a trusted partner.
Gary Rush, CTO, Karmaloop.com
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