Network Security Assessments
Don’t leave yourself open to litigation, fines, or the “front page.” If you’ve caught the news recently, you know that maintaining the security of your business data is tougher and more critical than ever. A network security assessment from ISN Global Enterprises will ensure that proper security controls are integrated into your technology environment.
Our primary focus for the network security assessment is identifying network vulnerabilities that a threat might exploit. The assessment is focused on an in-depth analysis of technical vulnerabilities that identifies both technical and non-technical weaknesses (e.g., out-dated hardware). Our assessment outlines basic requirements for system and network security.
There are certain characteristics that your network should maintain at all times, these include:
Network Management - Networks must be able to control access to and detect changes of critical components from all users. Networks must maintain control over all configurations, including hardware, software, security within applications, and connectivity between users.
Identification and Authentication - Networks should clearly list and monitor identification and authentication functions for all users accessing, or sharing via your network. User authentication is crucial to protecting and securing confidential data. Unauthorized access to data can lead to corruption of confidential information by means of theft, downloading of viruses, and negligence. Without proper security standards, organizations can even suffer from a system or entire network crash.
Most organizations think they are secure from theft, viruses, hackers, or employee negligence, but if you have not ever performed a professional IT security risk assessment on your entire network infrastructure, your data and confidential information is at risk.
Our tested Network Security Assessment method:
Your comprehensive security report, delivered on conclusion of the assessment, will include:
- An executive summary
- Overview of the assessment scope and objectives
- Assumptions and limitations of the assessment
- Methods and tools used
- Design of the current environment or systems with applicable diagrams
- Summary of findings and recommendations
- Assessment results:
- General control review
- Vulnerability test
- Risk assessment, including identified assets, threats, vulnerabilities, impact and likelihood assessment, as well as risk results analysis