These assessments will show if and how an attack or vulnerability can be activated from within your company.
Protecting the network against outside attacks may not be enough. The company can also be compromised from the inside, which is the reason why internal assessments are highly relevant. Their aim is to ascertain what kind of damages an outsider, a visitor for example, might manage to perform if left connected to the company networks for a few hours.By carefully testing your infrastructure, an internal assessment will ascertain if your company is potentially vulnerable to attacks launched from the inside
An Internal Audit is performed from within the assessed company's premises.
Thanks to our long-standing experience, we have singled-out a list of potentially tricky issues that should be checked to make sure your network is correctly protected. The idea is to identify and block any potential risk before it might become a liability to your business.
An extreme level of reciprocal trust is necessary between the parties involved in a security assessment, which implies a number of preliminary discussions and very strict security guidelines.
Navixia is a renowned specialist in the field of security, and can rely on a team of senior professionals all with a long-standing experience in their respective field of activity. Some of them are widely recognised experts. They are daily confronted with the latest technological advances. Their respective expertise makes it possible to cover all aspects of security. Navixia can vouch for their absolute trustworthiness and their complete integrity.
Navixia subscribes to the principles of the international standard ISO 17799 (BS7799) – a code of practice for information security management.
You may want to read our information datasheet on internal security assessments.
For obvious reasons, no details of our assessment methods are listed in this page. The duration of an assessment depends on the extent of the area to assess.
Each company is unique.
We remain at your disposal at any time to discuss any assessment-related issue in more detail or provide further information - without any engagement.