Hello MacRumors users. I am new here, and this is my first post to the forum. I have a home server running OS X Yosemite Server. I have all the services I currently need enabled such as time machine, file sharing, caching, calendar, etc. As of now I have no services available via the internet and no VPN configured. My network is currently composed of 5 Macs and 2 windows computers. I use my ISP's modem, and an apple airport extreme router. I have done all the traditional steps to secure my home network like changing admin credentials of the router/modem, etc. I have a few friends that run Windows Home servers on their networks, and they have had problems with hackers and other remote-access security issues with their servers. As far as I know I have not had any of these issues yet. How can I secure my server against internet threats? What sort of configuration do I need in order to ensure that the backups, data, and the personal information of my users is secure?