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Security infrastructures that go beyond simple IT protection.
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Network Vulnerability Assessment
A network vulnerability assessment is a detailed study of the network security infrastructure of an organization’s systems. From a user workstation to the operating systems, databases, firewalls and Internet routers, a network vulnerability assessment covers every piece of the information systems infrastructure in order to provide a comprehensive and consistent security vulnerability assessment of the current state of the information security architecture.
Enterprise Risk Management’s information security vulnerability assessment evaluations provide an in-depth technical security review of the hardware and software components supporting the technical infrastructure of an organization. To provide the best results, we supplement automated tools, used to assist in the evaluation process, with manual methods and techniques that our experts have mastered with years of information security vulnerability experience and practice. We also prepare comprehensive reports detailing the network security exposures identified, their corresponding associated risks, and a specific information security action plan for the remediation of the problems found. These information security assessments are critical for the development of a tailored and cost-effective network security program.
Enterprise Risk Management also works with top management to help them fully understand the inherent network information security vulnerabilities that their organization faces. Our reports also provide top management with an Executive Summary to aid this process. One of our biggest pursuits is to ensure that top management is able to put the findings of a network vulnerability assessment in the context of business risk and impacts on future growth.
Enterprise Risk Management can help you:
- Establish policies and procedures positioned towards specific information security goals that support your business objectives.
- Review and improve existing policies and procedures.
- Refine and update policies and procedures to ensure that they continue to meet business objectives and also conform to regulatory compliance norms (federal, state and industry).
- Follow up on a periodic basis to ensure policies are being implemented and enforced.
- Train your staff to increase awareness of the importance of Information Technology and network security and what is required.