What is a Network Security Audit?
A network security audit is a comprehensive assessment of the security of a computer network, including its hardware, software, and communication protocols. The purpose of a network security audit is to identify vulnerabilities and security risks that could be exploited by attackers to gain unauthorized access to the network, steal data, or disrupt network operations.
How do you perform a network security audit?
Using NP-View you can generate comprehensive security assessment reports for a variety of devices and export them in various formats, including HTML and PDF for human review or CSV, XML, and JSON for third-party integration. Export alerts by email or send them to your SIEM through Syslog.
Expand and Customize Risk Alerts
Policy requirements can be customized to better fit your needs. Alert criticalities can be configured. New requirements can be added and applied to specific groups of network devices.
Risk alerts included:
- Detect overly permissive rules
- Report unsecured network protocols
- Identify misconfigurations in configuration files
- Clean up unused rules and object groups
- Import security advisories to check for vulnerabilities
Ready to Get Started?
NP-View assesses your network’s security to ensure that misconfigurations and vulnerabilities are instantly identified and send you instant alerts when the network changes.