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Security Architecture and Configuration Reviews

A Security Configuration and Architecture Review enables you to know if your network architecture and the configuration of its components are compliant with the industry best practices and security recommendations.

It will allow you to answer, among other things, the following questions:

  • Does our network ensure secure communications when needed and use secure management and configurations for network devices?
  • Is it possible to access the internal networks without a firewall blocking or intrusion detection system (IDS) detecting this malicious activity?
  • Are our servers’ current configurations secure and in accordance with industry best practices and our acceptable risk level?
  • Can a hacker take control of one of our devices or systems due to configuration or an architectural weakness?
  • Are we following safety best practices in the installation and the configuration of our network?
  • Can we ensure that only authorized entities access our infrastructure?
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How does a Security Architecture and Configuration Review work?  

Above Security’s security architecture and configuration reviews provide a detailed analysis of the security architecture of your network, including network topology, installed components, device properties, configurations, information exchange protocols, allowed services, etc. Our certified consultants also evaluate remote access safety policies, network segmentation, server protection, authentication procedures, firewall designs, detection of intrusion system designs, as well as demilitarized zones (DMZ). The review includes a procedure for the configuration conformity verification of various assets, such as database servers, Web servers, workstations, firewalls, routers etc., all while using the best security practices.

A configuration and architectural review applies to the various informational assets such as:

  • Routers and network components
  • Firewalls
  • Intrusion Detection System
  • Servers
  • Workstations
  • Network topology
  • Hardening

Deliverables

The deliverable is a detailed report summarizing the current configuration of your servers as well as the architecture of your IT network, and recommendations of countermeasures and enhancements to enhance your security posture.

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