IT Systems Analysis
General network infrastructure check list.
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Asset tracking: Is there a labeling and tracking system put into place to track the hardware and commercial software?
1 point
Maintenance: Is there a plan for regular up-keep, like OS, firmware, and other software updates, hardware upgrades, and software-based and physical cleaning? And what’s the current status or need of these?
1 point
Access control: Is the physical access and access security of device acceptable? Are secure passwords or methods used?
1 point
Security protection: Is there an acceptable anti-virus or security solution installed and active?
1 point
Security vulnerabilities: Are there any noticeable security concerns or risks? Do additional security vulnerability scans need to be made?
1 point
Redundancy: Is there a backup or fail-over plan if the device is down?
1 point
Data control: Is the data on the device secure? Is sensitive data encrypted and/or accessible only to those authorized?
1 point
Monitoring and logging: Are there monitoring and logging mechanisms in place to keep tabs on status and use?
1 point
System or configuration backups: Is there a practice in place to keep a current backup of configuration files of network devices or a hard drive image of PCs?
1 point
File or data backups: Are there automatic backups of files and data? Are these stored off-site or otherwise safe in case of a disaster?
1 point
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