In today's computing environment, the security of all computing resources, from network infrastructure devices to users' desktop computers, is essential. There are many threats to users' computers, ranging from remotely launched network service exploits to malware spread through e-mails, Web sites, and file downloads. Increasing the security of individual computers protects them from these threats and reduces the likelihood that a system will be compromised or that data will be disclosed to unauthorized parties. Effective and well-tested security configurations means that less time and money is spent eradicating malware, restoring systems from backups, and reinstalling operating systems and applications. In addition, having stronger host security increases network security (e.g., home, business, government, the Internet); for example, most distributed denial of service attacks against networks use large numbers of compromised hosts.
Our IT security Audit framework provides complete audit of Systems against security best practices defined by NIST and FDCC.
Why System Audit is important?
Risks associated with an organization's information assets need to be addressed. Achieving information security requires the management of risk, and encompasses risks from physical, human and technology related threats associated with all forms of information within or used by the organization.
Systems Audit Framework
IT Audit Framework consists of following main components.
|Support Procedures||Use of Ports|
|Access Control||Event Log Policies|
|User Data Protection||File system Security|
|Security Policy Configuration||Windows Firewall|
|Account policies configuration||Application Security Configuration Audit (MS Office, Browser, E-mail Clients, Antivirus, Antispyware)|
|User Accounts and Groups||Storage Device Sanitization and Disposal|
|Restricted Groups||File Permissions|
|Software Restriction Policy||Registry Permissions|
|System Services||Microsoft TCP/IP stack settings & other Network settings|
|Registry Permissions||Unneeded Networking Components|
|Wi-Fi Network settings||Wi-Fi Network settings|
|File system Security||Installation, Backup, and Patching|
|Networking Components||Disaster Recovery|
|Microsoft TCP/IP stack settings & other Network settings||Configuration Recommendations|
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