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What is a Cyber Security Audit?

A cyber security audit comprehensively reviews an organisation’s IT infrastructure. This process involves evaluating the effectiveness of security policies, procedures, and controls. The main objectives of a cyber security audit include:

  1. Assessing the Adequacy of Security Measures: Evaluating if the current security measures are sufficient to protect against potential threats.
  2. We ensure compliance by checking whether the system adheres to established security standards and regulations.
  3. Identifying Security Vulnerabilities: Discovering weaknesses in the system that malicious actors could exploit.
  4. Recommending Improvements: Providing suggestions for enhancing security and reducing risks.

Typically, a cybersecurity audit is conducted by an independent third-party organisation. This ensures objectivity and thoroughness in the audit process, acting as a checklist to validate an organisation’s security posture.

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