Managed Endpoint Protection

Managed Endpoint Protection

A dedicated cyber security audit is a comprehensive evaluation of your cybersecurity policies, procedures, and systems to identify potential vulnerabilities, assess their effectiveness, and ensure compliance with established security standards. It involves a systematic review of your organisations technical infrastructure, security protocols, information handling processes, and employee awareness and training programs to identify potential weaknesses and areas of improvement.


What does an audit cover?

A cybersecurity audit typically involves the following key components.


Initial Assessment

This involves a review of your cybersecurity policies and procedures to ensure they are comprehensive, up-to-date, and aligned with industry best practices and regulatory requirements. This includes evaluating policies such as password management, access controls, data classification, incident response, and disaster recovery.

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Technical Evaluation

This component involves assessing your technical infrastructure, including its networks, systems, and applications, to identify potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses. This may include vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and other technical assessments to identify potential security gaps

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    Process Review

    This component involves evaluating your processes for handling sensitive information, including data collection, storage, transmission, and disposal. This includes reviewing data privacy practices, encryption protocols, and data retention policies to ensure compliance with relevant data protection regulations.

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    Awareness Assesment

    This component involves evaluating your employee awareness and training programs to assess the level of cybersecurity awareness among staff and their understanding of security protocols and best practices. This may include reviewing training materials, conducting employee surveys, and assessing the effectiveness of ongoing security awareness programs.

    Compliance Review

    This component involves evaluating your compliance with relevant industry regulations, legal requirements, and internal policies. This may include assessing compliance with regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

    Reporting & Recommendations

    Following the audit, a detailed report is typically provided, which outlines the findings, identifies potential risks and vulnerabilities, and provides recommendations for improving the organization’s cybersecurity posture. This may include recommendations for policy updates, technical configurations, employee training, and other security enhancements.