Data security has never been at a more vulnerable point. If the news teaches us anything, it’s that businesses of all shapes and sizes are proving susceptible to outside attack, to the point where a breach of data security can mean damages in the millions of dollars—not to mention the complete loss of consumer confidence that results.

That’s why it’s no longer optional to have a network security assessment performed on your company’s information system. Weaknesses can and do exist anywhere within your IT framework, even if you already have IT security in place. Our job at Nexus IT is to find those weaknesses through a comprehensive penetration test and stop them before they become a problem.

Scanning and Discovery Capabilities

Before you can make proactive changes to enhance your IT security, you need to know where the vulnerabilities are. An accurate and high-speed scan allows us to find the system misconfigurations and missing patches that may already exist within your computer network.

Depending on your system, we can scan IPv4, IPv6, and hybrid networks to find your uncredentialed vulnerabilities. From there, we can determine how best to fix the gaps.

Broad Asset Coverage and Profiling

Vulnerabilities can exist across several different types of hardware and software. In fact, that’s what makes a network security assessment so important—you never know just where your biggest weaknesses lie.

No matter what kind of equipment you rely on, we can assess and profile your:

  • Network Devices
  • Printers
  • Data Storage
  • Operating Systems
  • Databases
  • Web Applications
  • Web Servers
  • Cloud Storage
Patch Auditing

You may already have a patch management solution in place, which is why we offer patch auditing that takes into account your current patch managers (IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat®, Dell, and VMware®). We’ll work with your system, rather than against it, to ensure seamless security.

Control Systems Auditing

Oftentimes, the security breach isn’t in the technology, but in the people who use it every day. Control systems auditing looks beyond the computer system to ensure your employees are taking proper security steps and following the policies you set out.
We can assess and ensure 100 percent compliance across:

  • SCADA Systems
  • Embedded Devices
  • ICS Applications
Sensitive Content Auditing

One of the biggest concerns for consumers and employees is how secure their personally identifiable information (PII) is. If you deal with any kind of credit card numbers, Social Security Numbers, or account information, a sensitive content audit will check to make sure the information is stored correctly—and securely.

Mobile Device Auditing

Mobile devices are some of the most susceptible types of technology out there, especially if they’re automatically synced to your network. Our audit works across various mobile device types and mobile device management (MDM) systems, including:

  • iOS
  • Android
  • Windows Phone 7
  • MSFT
  • Apple
  • Good
  • MobileIron
  • AirWatch
Automatic Scan Analysis

You may already stay on top of your network security by relying on an automatic scan and remediation action priority. We can check to make sure this safety net is working as it should.

Threats: Botnet/Malicious Process/Anti-Virus Auditing

The most obvious and beneficial way to protect your system is to stay on top of your ability to detect:

  • Viruses
  • Malware
  • Backdoors
  • Hosts communicating with Botnet-Infected systems
  • Known/unknown processes
  • Web services linking to malicious content

We can assess your current anti-virus system to ensure none of these dangers are sneaking through.

Compliance Auditing

For many business, compliance with IT safety isn’t a choice—it’s a requirement. If you work in an industry with data compliance policies, we can assess your framework with the goal of ensuring you meet every safety guideline in place.

Our experts can work across:

  • CyberScope
  • GLBA
  • NERC
  • PCI
  • SCAP
  • SOX
  • Configuration Auditing
  • CERT
  • CIS
  • FDCC
  • ISO
  • NIST
  • NSA