network-auditFull network audit at each site

This would cover:

  • External Network Penetration Test
  • Servers
  • Desktops
  • Wifi / Access points
  • Firewall rules
  • Switches
  • Review of Procedures
  • Phone systems
  • Remote / mobile devices (BYOD)
  • Applications review
  • Review of Backup/DR/BCP

 

Limitations of Base level network penetration test

Our rational for this approach is simple.  Consider these two examples:

  1. An email containing malware is downloaded by a user internally.  A perimeter network penetration test wouldn’t identify this vulnerability through out of date antivirus software and/or domain permissions.
  2.  Another example, a flat network that is open to allow guest access, but does not utilise network separation between guests and office staff.  This environment would expose core systems to public view.  This would introduce vulnerabilities that would not be uncovered by a public facing penetration test.

Contact the Precept Security team on 0800 122 3010 or email info@preceptit.com to take the next steps to protect your network and critical business data.