Engaging in regular auditing conducted by our Managed Service Provider (MSP) program proves instrumental in ensuring compliance with various regulatory frameworks and addressing critical aspects of cybersecurity.
For instance, regarding the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), our thorough audits help organizations align their data protection practices with the legislation’s requirements, safeguarding the privacy of individuals’ information.
Our billing audits review current technology, telecom and connectivity expenses. There are often charges for services that do not exist or are not functioning. This is an area of significant savings.
In the realm of security breaches, our auditing protocols act as a preemptive measure, identifying vulnerabilities and potential threats before they can be exploited, thereby fortifying the overall security posture.
For Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance, our audits meticulously assess and validate adherence to industry standards, minimizing the risk of data breaches and ensuring the secure processing of payment information.
Our comprehensive Network Assessments evaluate the robustness of IT infrastructure, addressing potential weaknesses and optimizing network performance.
Furthermore, specialized assessments, such as those focused on Social Engineering, enable organizations to proactively fortify defenses against human-centric threats, enhancing overall cybersecurity resilience.
Through these multifaceted auditing practices, our MSP program empowers organizations to not only meet compliance requirements but also to fortify their cybersecurity defenses comprehensively.
Employees often serve as a potential vulnerability in organizational security, and NetAccess addresses this concern through the Social Engineering Test Assessment, a strategic addition to our Network Penetration Test and Web Application Vulnerability Assessment.
This assessment involves tailored email and phone call scripts, designed to convince employees to disclose sensitive information.
By gauging the current state of security awareness among personnel and identifying gaps in policy, procedure, and training, the assessment provides valuable insights.
The delivered security tests encompass a blend of automated and manual methods, focusing on Telephone Impersonation and Email Phishing.
The final report offers a detailed account of employees influenced to divulge sensitive information, accompanied by recommendations for enhancing employee education and safer practices.
This process not only identifies potential weak points for organizational improvement but also measures the effectiveness of employee security awareness, offering a real-world perspective on risks that goes beyond automated scanning limitations.
Ultimately, this initiative fosters an elevated level of awareness and diligence among employees in safeguarding critical business information.
A Penetration Test Assessment serves as a valuable tool to evaluate the effectiveness of an existing security network.
Our Technical Architects employ a combination of manual and automated testing techniques to gain unauthorized access to information, assessing vulnerabilities without the owner’s knowledge.
This assessment is instrumental in evaluating the external security perimeter, offering recommendations to fortify the security infrastructure against potential external threats.
The comprehensive report includes a summary of results and actionable advice for enhancing security defenses.
The process involves pre-sales consultation, a defined statement of work with established timelines, the actual Security Penetration Assessment, and the presentation of the Network Presentation Test Assessment Report.
The benefits include intelligent vulnerability management, cost avoidance related to downtime, regulatory compliance, and preservation of corporate image and customer loyalty by preventing data incidents and safeguarding reputation.