Our first step is defining the scope of your audit – that means we need to write down a list of all your assets. Assets include obvious things like computer equipment and sensitive company and customer data, but it also includes things without which the business would require time or money to fix like important internal documentation.
How does a security audit work?
Physical Security Audit:
We specialize in conducting systematic and uniquely tailored assessments of the risks, threats and vulnerabilities that confront organizations as well as their core security programs – across operations, resources, priorities and assets. We help organizations improve security and safety, capture program efficiencies and develop successful strategies for controlling operational costs without assuming untenable levels of risk.
There are five steps we take that will help us ensure your security audit will provide return on your investment:
Cyber Security Audit:
We like to focus on holistic, top to bottom, audits. If you choose, this will include an in-depth audit of your cyber best practices and network security.
An audit identifies your most significant vulnerabilities, so you can target opportunities for improvement that offer the highest return on investment. Some organizations embark on a program to strengthen their security infrastructure without first performing a comprehensive assessment. That’s a mistake. They risk misallocating resources and failing to address their most critical vulnerabilities.
Cyber security assessment findings are the key “inputs” of a security project plan/roadmap that will strengthen your organization’s infrastructure and provide the highest return on investment. A thorough cyber security assessment evaluates organizations’ technology, policies and employee awareness. We have found significant, critical vulnerabilities in at least one of those areas in every assessment that we have performed.