Most companies don’t have the staff, expertise or time to analyze and scrutinize their current IT infrastructure against industry standards. They surely don’t have time to preform regular assessments of all the devices that could possibly put them at risk to a cyber breach or security incident. Net X Computers Security Assessments provide you with multiple options that will fit both your budget and your needs.
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Security Risk Assessments
A Security Risk Assessment identifies the key security controls in your network. The SRA is the critical first step in determining what security investments will yield the most cost effective return. All assessments are conducted by Logically Security, Audit, and Compliance Certified Information Systems Auditors (CISAs). All assessments follow best-practice guidance from:
An Annual Audit is critical in maintaining your IT security and regulatory compliance. Our certified assessors are proficient in both current and emerging technology risks. We also audit support functions when we are planning and completing audits.
Net X Computers works with hundreds of organization to evaluate tech risks and maintain controls inside their individual environments to make certain policies and procedures are being followed by all users. We use a tested and true method to ensure each and every assessment is consistent and fully comprehensive.
Internal Audit as a Service (AaaS)
We provide internal audit functions for a multitude of businesses. Our team of certified auditors conduct a thorough assessment of risk across your organization. We not only identify issues, but we work with management to implement tailored solutions and put the appropriate controls in place.
Do you know what employees have access to all your accounts? What about applications, and network? Is one set of login credentials used by IT administrators or administrators? Is this making it challenging to implement an identity access management policy. These accounts are high value targets for Hackers that breach your network and workstations. Think of your administrative account access as the master key to your network. Once an attacker has that key, they can enter anything on your network with that same password, effectively breach your network and do whatever they want.
NIST, or the National Institute of Standards and Technology, develops and issues standards, guidelines, and other publications to assist federal agencies in implementing the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and in managing cost-effective programs to protect their information and information systems.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) sets the standards for IT security by defining the best practice criteria to reduce risk in your IT environment. Along with NIST and ISO, Logically follows CIS standards and controls as part of our approach to securing your environment.