Our Audit Process

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1. Scoping And Planning

The scope of the audit depends on the goals. The basic approach to performing a security assessment is to gather information about the targeted organisation research, security recommendation and alerts for the platform test to confirm exposers to write a risk analysis report.

2. Information Gathering

Information Gathering is the most critical step of security assessment. Discovery analysis can be useful to reveal details such as web applications used for administrative purposes.

3. Gap Analysis

The gap analysis process involves determining, documenting and obtaining management's recognition of the variance between the requirements set forth in the regulation, guideline and/or best practice standard and the organization's current information security program.

4. Risk Assessment

An IT risk assessment can help evaluate the existing defenses and preventive / corrective controls in place. The identified areas of improvements can then be mapped against the current technology landscape to ascertain if improvements are possible (additional security controls or a possible correlation of data arising from these controls that can result in advanced threat intelligence, for instance). The IT assessment thus highlights remediation measures to maximize current investments.

The Purpose of IT Risk Assessment. Assessing risks and potential threats are an important part of running any organization, but risk assessment is especially important for IT departments that have control over networks and data.

5. Result Analysis & Report Submission

Definition& Objective. A threat could be anything that leads to interruption, meddling or destruction of any valuable service or item existing in the firm's repertoire. Whether of “human” or “nonhuman” origin, the analysis must scrutinize each element that may bring about conceivable security risk.

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