Infrastructure Security Assessment

An infrastructure security assessment is an in-depth evaluation of your orgainsations IT infrastructure.

An infrastructure security assessment is an evaluation of your orgainsations IT infrastructure, including computer systems, networks, and applications, to identify potential security risks and vulnerabilities. The assessment is usually conducted with the assistance of your internal IT team, various subject matter experts from Cube Cyber, and typically includes the following steps:

  • Planning and preparation: Define the scope of the assessment, gather relevant information and documentation and prepare the assessment plan
  • Information gathering: Collect information about existing processes and procedures, infrastructure components, including hardware, software, network architecture, and security controls
  • Vulnerability scanning: Use automated tools to scan the infrastructure for known vulnerabilities and security weaknesses
  • Manual testing: Conduct manual tests to validate the findings of the vulnerability scans and identify additional risks
  • Risk assessment: Evaluate the potential impact of identified vulnerabilities and prioritize the risks based on severity and likelihood
  • Recommendations and remediation: Provide recommendations for remediation, including technical and non-technical solutions, and prioritise the remediation activities based on risk appetite of your organisation
  • Reporting and documentation: Provide a report documenting the findings and recommendations, and maintain updated documentation of the infrastructure security posture

The goal of an infrastructure security assessment is to identify potential security risks and vulnerabilities, prioritise remediation activities, and improve the overall security of the IT infrastructure. Regular infrastructure security assessments are essential for organisations to maintain the security and availability of their IT systems and data.