“At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and .”
~ Jodi Rell

What is a security audit?

A audit is a systematic evaluation of the of a company's information system by measuring how well it conforms to a set of established criteria. A thorough audit typically assesses the of the system's physical configuration and environment, software, information handling processes, and user practices.

Why you need security audit?

auditing provides a clear picture of security control performance and allows organizations to make necessary changes, tweaks and interventions to prevent a large-scale breach. The auditing and of security controls will the condition and administration of security point products and offers numerous benefits.

The advantages of security audit

    » Measuring efficiency - for example, how many suspicious vs. how many unsuccessful attempts.
    » Evaluating compliance to security policy or standards.
    » The ability to determine which assets are most mission-critical.
    » The foundation for a comprehensive incident response plan.

Protect your network and data!

Even if you hate security audits, it's in your best interest to have one.

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