IT Infrastructure and Network Security Audit

Enhance Business Capability Assurance – With IT Infrastructure and Network Security Audit

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What is an IT Infrastructure and Network Security Audit?

IT Infrastructure and Network refers to the physical hardware and software components owned and operated by an organization within its premises. This infrastructure includes servers, networking equipment, storage devices, and other necessary resources that support the organization's IT operations. A security audit on an on-premises IT infrastructure service is essential to ensure the organization's data and systems integrity, confidentiality, and availability.

Various aspects of the IT infrastructure and Network services are examined during the security audit. This includes evaluating the architecture and design of the IT infrastructure security, assessing access controls to ensure proper authentication and authorization mechanisms, reviewing network security measures such as firewalls and intrusion detection/prevention systems, and assessing data protection mechanisms like encryption and backup procedures. The audit also covers patch management processes to verify that security patches and updates are promptly applied, evaluates incident response procedures to ensure the organization is adequately prepared to detect, respond to, and recover from security incidents, and assesses physical security controls surrounding the infrastructure, such as access controls and surveillance systems.

Compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards is a vital audit aspect. The review includes examining documentation, policies, and procedures related to security, risk assessment processes, and the organization's overall risk management practices. The goal of this security audit service for an IT infrastructure and Network is to provide a comprehensive assessment of the infrastructure security posture. This helps identify areas where security measures can be enhanced, vulnerabilities can be mitigated, and compliance can be improved. The audit report includes findings, recommendations, and action plans to strengthen the organization's security stance and protect its on-premises infrastructure service against potential threats.


reduction in potential financial losses as a result of security audits.

$ 1.2 Million

savings due to a security audit identifying and containing a breach.

Security Audit of IT Infrastructure and Network: Why is it needed?

The audit helps identify and assess potential risks and vulnerabilities within the infrastructure service. By examining security controls, configurations, and processes, it identifies areas where the infrastructure may be exposed to threats. This enables organizations to mitigate risks and prevent security breaches proactively.

Many industries and organizations have specific compliance requirements that must be met to ensure the security of their IT infrastructure and Network services. A security audit helps evaluate the infrastructure's compliance with relevant regulations, standards, and best practices. It ensures that necessary security controls are in place and being followed, reducing the risk of non-compliance and potential penalties. IT infrastructure and network security audit evaluates the organization's incident response capabilities. It assesses the readiness to detect, respond to, and recover from security incidents. By identifying areas for improvement, organizations can enhance their incident response procedures and minimize the impact of security breaches.


This security audit provides stakeholders, such as management, customers, and business partners, with assurance that the IT and network infrastructure is secure. It demonstrates a commitment to maintaining a robust security environment and instills confidence in the organization's ability to protect sensitive data and systems. This can enhance trust, reputation, and credibility among stakeholders. Security threats evolve over time, and technology advances rapidly; regular security audits ensure that the IT and Network infrastructure stays updated with the latest security practices and adapts to emerging threats. It helps organizations continuously improve their security posture and maintain a proactive approach to security.

What problems an IT Infrastructure and Network Security Service can address?

Vulnerability Identification: The audit helps identify vulnerabilities and weaknesses within the infrastructure service. It assesses the effectiveness of security controls, configurations, and practices to uncover any gaps attackers could exploit.

Inadequate Security Controls: The audit assesses the existing security controls implemented within the IT infrastructure. It identifies areas where controls may be insufficient, misconfigured, or outdated, leaving the infrastructure vulnerable to unauthorized access, data breaches, or other security incidents.

Non-Compliance with Regulations and Standards: The audit evaluates the infrastructure's compliance with relevant regulatory requirements and industry standards. It helps identify areas where the organization may fall short of compliance obligations, such as data protection regulations or industry-specific security frameworks.

Weak Access Controls: Access controls ensure that only authorized individuals can access the infrastructure and its resources. The audit assesses the effectiveness of access controls, including authentication mechanisms, user permissions, and privilege management. It identifies weaknesses like weak passwords, excessive privileges, or inadequate access monitoring.

Insufficient Patch Management: Patching vulnerabilities and keeping systems up to date is critical for maintaining a secure infrastructure. The audit assesses the organization's patch management processes, including the identification, testing, and timely deployment of security patches. It identifies patch management gaps that may expose systems to known vulnerabilities.

Inadequate Incident Response Preparedness: The audit evaluates the organization's incident response procedures and plans for the on-premises infrastructure service. It identifies weaknesses in incident detection, response coordination, and recovery processes, which can hamper the organization's ability to handle security incidents effectively.

Lack of Physical Security Measures: Physical security controls protect on-premises infrastructure. The audit assesses physical security measures, such as access controls, surveillance systems, and environmental controls (e.g., temperature and humidity). It identifies vulnerabilities in physical security that could compromise the integrity and availability of the infrastructure.

Inadequate Data Protection: Data protection is paramount to safeguard sensitive information. The audit assesses data protection measures, including encryption, data backup, and data retention policies. It identifies weaknesses in data protection that may expose the organization to data breaches, data loss, or unauthorized access.

Ineffective Security Monitoring: Security monitoring and logging are vital for detecting and responding to security incidents. The audit assesses the organization's security monitoring capabilities, including log management, intrusion detection systems, and security event correlation. It identifies gaps in monitoring that may impede the timely detection of security breaches or suspicious activities.



Proactively Identify Security Vulnerabilities


Early Detection and Mitigation


Enhanced Security Awareness


Optimized Return on Security Investments


Business Continuity Assurance

How fnCyber Security Consulting Expertise Can Help?

Thorough Security Assessments

fnCyber experts conduct comprehensive security assessments to identify vulnerabilities within an organization's IT infrastructure, assess risks and evaluate existing controls to determine the effectiveness in mitigating the risks.

Aligned with Industry Best Practices

fnCyber's consultants have an in-depth understanding of industry best practices with recognized security frameworks such as NIST / CIS Controls and leverage this knowledge to guide organizations.

Tailored Audits as per Organization's IT Infrastructure

fnCyber assesses as per the organization's unique IT infrastructure requirements, tailors strategies designed to address specific vulnerabilities and risks and only then recommends appropriate security technologies, control configurations, policies, and procedures.

Incident Response Preparedness

fnCyber Expertise reviews and optimizes your incident response plan, enhancing incident detection and response coordination; conducts tabletop exercises to test the readiness and identify areas for improvement.

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