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The priority of any business looking for managed hosting services is the security of its data. We, at Ace Cloud Hosting, understand the criticality of their operations and focus on offering them a cloud environment secure from cyberthreats like ransomware.

To ensure total data security, we deploy advanced security safeguards and a proactive approach to ensure that any threat entering our network is identified and prevented before it is incident on the servers.

Security at every level

Physical Security

Data Center

Highly secure data centers with multiple levels of authorization for entry, including biometric scanning and badges.

24*7 video surveillance and regular audit to maintain optimum security standards.

Onsite security staff is present round the clock to prevent any breach.

Environmental Controls

Redundant power supplies to ensure continuous running of servers.

Flood Detection equipment to take proactive measures against floods.

Smoke detectors to protect the servers from fire.


End-Point Security

Antivirus and anti-malware

Protection from viruses, malware, and trojans, and other malicious programs with enterprise-grade virus scan and quarantine suite.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Even if the password gets compromised, no unauthorized user can login to the cloud as it requires confirmation from the user’s personal device.

Endpoint firewall

Endpoint point firewall is configured to allow only specific services.

Hardened and Patched OS

Latest security patches are installed on the operating system with a dedicated firewall for cyber threats.

Network Security

Brute Force Protection

Intrusion Detection and Prevention System ensure that all the incoming traffic is monitored for any suspicious activity and prevented accordingly.

Distributed Firewall

All the data and applications hosted on one virtual machine is isolated from other machines to ensure complete privacy and control.

Secured Remote Desktop Services

The Remote Desktop gateway ensures a secure channel between the terminal servers and end-point devices by adding an extra SSL security layer.

Network Firewall

Hardware firewall is deployed to analyze the incoming and outgoing traffic from the data centers, along with High-Availability (HA) solutions for load management.


DDoS Protection

The Distributed Denial of Service attack hampers your business by overloading the server with millions of unwanted requests. Ace Cloud Hosting ensures the identification and mitigation of any attempt of a DDoS attack on your process.



Regular data monitoring ensures that any dirty traffic entering our cloud infrastructure is identified by our firewalls instantly.



Once the DDoS attack is identified, the traffic is rerouted away from the target server to be filtered or discarded.



The dirty traffic is separated from the genuine one by identifying data packet types and patterns.



Thorough analysis of the security logs reveals the nature and level of attack, which can be used to prevent future attempts.

Why ACE?


Always-on Support

Our security experts work round the clock to monitor, analyze, and tackle any security-related events like a ransomware attack.


Tier 3+/4 Data Center

SSAE-16 certified Tier 3+ and Tier 4 data centers ensure a safe environment for your data and applications.


45-Day Backup

Our automated data backup solution allows easy recovery and restoration of your data in the event of a crisis.


Disaster Recovery

No disruptive event can hamper your business as the entire process is replicated in geographically separated data centers.


10-day Free Trial

Try our secure cloud solutions for 10 days to get a hands-on experience of our services.

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