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NETWORK SECURITY AUDITS

 

5 Step Process to ensure your Technology
& Security Needs are met

  1. The first step of the audit process is to complete a Technology Assessment Questionnaire. You are asked a series of questions about your current technology situation, including what you expect from us and what you hope to achieve. This is part of the discovery process.
  2. The second step of the audit process is an on-site visit by our Solutions Architect. The Solutions Architect evaluates the entire IT infrastructure, including networks and security practices. We do not collect business information. We collect only data required to complete our audit.
  3. The Solutions Architect meets with our COO and together they analyze the information collected and identify those issues most critical to the functionality and security of your network.
  4. In-depth reports are created for the client. The reports created are based upon the type of audit requested. All reports are very detailed and easy enough for a business manager to read.
  5. In the final step of the audit, the COO will meet with you to review the reports and summarize our findings. A management plan is provided that will make the risks easy to manage. Managing risk in order of  critical need takes the guesswork out of which issues to resolve first. This can save the client thousands of dollars from investing in hardware/software or repairs that are not immediately needed.

Please note, that while Net56 is a managed service provider and can complete any remedial work, it is not a requirement or condition to complete our network and security assessments. The network and security assessments are an additional service that we offer to clients.

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FACT NUMBER ONE

9 out 10 computer networks have potentially serious IT problems sitting undetected.

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FACT NUMBER TWO

Data breaches in the business sector jumped 8% in 2015, and tops the security breach list as #1 for in the most breaches for the first time since 2011.