IT Audit & Health Check

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Our comprehensive IT audit is carried out by senior network specialists that provides;
- A list of key risk areas
- General security review
- Review of disaster recovery & business continuity plan
- Hardware and inventory review
- Review of system performance
- Security updates & patch audit

"9 out of 10 computer networks have potentially serious IT issues undetected"

Our comprehensive, IT health check and audit has been specially designed by us to analyze and review your:

IT Infrastructure

This includes a review of your system performance, including an audit of the infrastructure, identifying areas which may be limiting performance, security updates and patch audit.

IT Security

A security review, including endpoint security, anti-malware, perimeter firewall protection, scan of external ports, passwords, admin rights, and availability of information security policies.

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

A review of your disaster recovery and business continuity plan.

Disaster Recovery Planning


Every business should have a disaster recovery plan in place to protect its IT infrastructure from the effects of a disastrous event. A disaster is anything from cyber attacks, equipment failures to natural disasters. The aim of a disaster recovery plan, is for your business to continue operating as normal as possible. The process of disaster recovery is planning, testing and may involve a separate physical site for restoring operations.

Disaster Recovery

Before we delve into exactly how your business can created a disaster recovery plan, it’s important to be aware of the specific disasters you should account for. After all, what good is a plan is you don’t know what you’re planning for?

With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of the 4 most common business disasters which could impact your company. Bear these in mind as you’re building your DRP and you’ll stand a much better chance of having all of your bases covered.



No matter how new or reliable your IT system’s hardware is, there is always the chance of failure. While the loss of one bad hard-drive can be managed without incident, things change when entire datacenters suffer data (or power) loss.



These are becoming much more common in recent years, with the latest example being the so-called “Ryuk Ransomware” attack. Ransomware attacks work by targeting your IT systems and actively encrypting files with an uncrackable algorithm. The hackers then drop a text file with instructions on how to decrypt your files – provided you pay them with bitcoin first (that’s the ‘ransom’ part).



The DDoS attack is a very common tactic employed by cyber-attackers, and while often short-lived, it can still do a lot of damage to website-reliant businesses. A denial-of-service attack essentially sends thousands of concurrent load requests to your website until the server cannot handle them and just goes down – taking your website with it.



Beyond the technological and the digital, there is always a certain risk of physical disasters occurring within a business. Fire is a good example of this, and something which poses a significant threat to businesses who rely on physical premises and products. Of course, the best approach to take with a fire risk is to ensure your business and its premises are fully insured.

Business Impact Analysis

First, carry out a risk-assessment which is tailored to your business. This is known as a Business Impact Analysis, or BIA, and it’ll help you predict the possible results for each potential disaster.

Recovery Time Objective (RTO)

It is a target amount of time within which the affected IT system must be restored before business continuity is regarded as negatively impacted. The closer to the RTO target your DRP can get you, the better.

Recovery Point Objective (RPO)

It is a measure of time after which critical data (such as customer transactions) may be lost. Depending on your business, RPO may be the more important metric here, because lost data can take a serious financial toll.

Backup Planning & Implementation

Do You Have a Backup Plan?

Businesses are now more integrated with the technology and this integration results in more reliance over the technology. This reliance has reached up to the level where day to day operations are technology dependent. This technology dependence results in bigger and bigger volumes of data. This means that the impact of data loss has never been so great, as it is now.

How can we help?

We can create a full backup plan with the right system for your business.


Cyber Security

Is Your Infrastructure Secure?

The constantly changing landscape of cyber security means that it can be challenging to stay one step ahead. Data loss doesn’t just happen online and how things are dealt with in the event of a breach can make a huge difference to what happens next.

CSI Technologies live and breathe cyber security threats and threat mitigation so we can help you to identify the holes in your security. We’ll carry out a thorough assessment of your current approach to security to uncover the holes that no-one else knows about…yet. Other security services available are;

- Policies and Procedures
- Security and Risk Management
- Incident Response
- Data Protection
- Cyber Intelligence Services

How Can We Help?

We can help you to protect your components, data and communications from internal and external attacks. Our experts will:

+ Analyze your existing IT infrastructure to identify security risks
+ Support you during the implementation of effective countermeasures by ensuring compliance with international standards
+ Provide training and personal certifications so you and your staff can avoid future threats

Fully test your cyber security defenses to safeguard against evolving threats.

Penetration testing is a simulated real world attack on a network or application that identifies vulnerabilities and weaknesses. Penetration tests (pen tests) are part of an industry recognised approach to identifying and quantifying risk. They actively attempt to ‘exploit’ vulnerabilities and exposures in a company’s infrastructure, applications, people and processes. Through exploitation, Nettitude is able to provide context around the vulnerability, impact, threat and the likelihood of a breach in an information asset.

CSI Technologies vulnerability assessment service enables organizations to quantify and qualify security risks and apply resources to re-mediate those risks in the most efficient manner; helping to safeguard an organizations

Discover the Cyber Security risks to your business data and understand what it would take to mitigate those risks.

We offer Consultation and training Cyber Security.

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