IT Security Audit

IT Security Audit refers to a holistic approach to network security. Its aim is to comprehensively examine the IT infrastructure, communications and IT processes.

This audit checks the network architecture including its individual elements in order to analyze the level of security. Besides the checks on the configuration of the network devices, it also examines the procedures in place, as these also contribute to the existing level of security. After each element and process of the information system is tested, the results are compared against internationally recognized protection measures and best practices.

As the security needs vary across all businesses, the IT Security Audit categorizes requirements so that the organization can select their desired level of protection while understanding their current security posture.

Completion of Audit

The audit is completed by recording the problems, categorizing them according to their severity, analyzing the risks associated with each finding and submitting recommendations for corrections and improvements, to help the organization achieve its desired security level.

IT Security Audit is specially designed to:

  • Identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities within the network.
  • Categorize issues based on their importance, ease or cost to remediate them.
  • Provide recommendations for enhancing security across all parameters of the IT infrastructure.

Extented IT Security Audit

In an Extended IT Security Audit, the audit is based on the standards outlined by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) in the Cybersecurity Framework. This includes an examination of existing technical countermeasures and company specific security policies for critical areas.

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