Network Security Assessment

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Network audit is a highly customized service to cater to customers who want to get their IT network assessed for design, scalability and security.

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The need of network security audit

IT networks keep on changing based on business needs. It is often found that various changes performed by multiple technical teams usually lead to vulnerabilities from cyber security standpoint. It is advised to conduct network security audit occasionally to ensure network health. Upon completion of such an audit, the firm gains stable, scalable and secure IT network infrastructure.
Regularly scheduled network vulnerability scanning can help an organization identify weaknesses or security holes in their network security before the hackers can plant an attack. The purpose of running a vulnerability scanner or conducting an external vulnerability assessments (VAPT or Pentesting) is to find network devices that are open to known vulnerabilities without actually compromising your systems.
While performing a vulnerability scan is an excellent start, the real value emerges from implementing a process for addressing the identified vulnerabilities. Risk Based Security not only conducts the assessments using the latest in scanning technology we assure that each vulnerability noted is addressed with easy to understand mitigation action recommendations. Conducting periodic vulnerability scans is the perfect complement to performing regular antivirus updates and applying the necessary and important security patches for any new critical vulnerability discovered. Quarterly vulnerability scanning goes a long way to helping your organization make sure you discover and mitigate any weaknesses on your network before they can be exploited.

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An assessment of your network security will make sure that the business you conduct and the data you store remains strictly between you and your customers, without the threat of third party breaching, data loss or malware.
The Network Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT), is an assessment procedure conducted by security experts on your network to identify possible vulnerabilities that attackers may exploit. VAPT auditors utilizes proven and standard assessment methodologies, consulting and project management methodologies to deliver accurate and timely results for your organization’s IT department.With our Network VAPT capabilities, it allows you to manage a prioritized list of identified vulnerabilities in your network and understand how to fix them so that you are ensured to be one step ahead of possible attackers. We provide you with actionable recommendations to ensure complete remediation.

Step 1: Identify and understand the way your business is organized and operates
Most businesses rely on collaboration between representatives from their internal business units, legal teams and finance departments to coordinate with IT professionals regarding their exact network needs. They have to take into account issues such as client or customer privacy, regulatory compliance, business processes and competitive positioning within their industry.

Step 2: Locate the applications and data that are used during the business process
Identify which of these are sensitive and what information is at risk during the threat of a privacy breach.

Step 3: Search for hidden data sources that may allow easy access to secure information
This is especially important if there is cloud-based access to private data or access across multiple platforms, including smartphones and tablets.

Step 4: Identify both virtual and physical servers that run applications necessary for your business operations
These servers may not be protected and may allow access to sensitive information without you knowing it.

Step 5: Keep track of what security measures are already in place
Your network protection may already include specific policies, firewalls, virus detection, VPNs, disaster recovery and encryption. It’s important to understand the capabilities of your current security measures in order to properly address any vulnerabilities.

Step 6: Scan your network for vulnerability
The results of this scan will give you confirmation of your network’s security. Should a virus or vulnerable area be identified, you will need to develop a network security strategy, possibly with the help of an MSP.

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