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Webinar recording: Keeping web servers safe and profitable with Imunify360

Webinar recording: Keeping web servers safe and profitable with Imunify360

Update: Recording now available

Get ready for the public beta, coming January 2017 - join us for this live webinar on Wednesday, January 11th at 1 pm EST / 10 am PST

Imunify360 is the next-generation Linux Web server security solution for CentOS, RHEL, and CloudLinux OS. It uses herd immunity and the 6-layer approach providing total protection against attacks. In this webinar, Igor Seletskiy, our CEO, will share:

  • The sophisticated features of the solution designed specifically for securing Linux Web servers;
  • Impact on revenues selling Imunify360 to your VPS and Dedicated Server customers will have;
  • The feature difference and early adopter pricing for Imunify360 and Imunify Sensor;
  • Results and feedback from private beta-testers;
  • And much more, including the Q&A at the end.

The hosting industry survey revealed the top security threats prevalent across service providers. These threats include malware infections, brute force attacks, code injections, website defacement, and more. Start the new year right with Imunify360, new from CloudLinux!

Register for the webinar today!

(if you cannot attend, register anyway, and we'll send you the recording after the event)

UPDATE: RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE

Beta: HardenedPHP updated
mod_lsapi updated
 

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Guest - Eric Caldwell on Wednesday, 21 December 2016 12:26

Nice looking product. The gold standard is CSF (firewall), CXS (malware detection) from ConfigServer. As for the WAF, the gold standard there is the free Comodo WAF.

Nice looking product. The gold standard is CSF (firewall), CXS (malware detection) from ConfigServer. As for the WAF, the gold standard there is the free Comodo WAF.
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