Fordway’s Security Baseline Assessment
puts in place the foundational elements to
ensure your organisations can achieve better,
more appropriate and more cost effective
Fordway’s Security Baseline Assessment reviews the core elements of an organisations’ cybersecurity. It is offered as either a high level, discussion and evidence based review, or an in depth
assessment including asset audits, policy review and access control tests plus an optional penetration test.
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Who needs this?
Organisations of all sizes and capabilities
who understand the importance of effective
cybersecurity and need assistance to implement
effective tools and practices or are starting on
any cyber security improvement programme.
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Increased Understanding of Security Requirements
Deliver detailed assessment report aligned to business requirements.
Take advantage of the latest technologies
Use Fordway’s experience of the new tools
and applications available to improve business performance.
Fordway will provide independent feedback on the benefits and limitations of the cloud security solutions as
well as enhance them.
From business, project management and technical viewpoint, Fordway have multi-years of experience of real-world deployments and operational requirements.
Comprehensive Cloud Security Assessment
Fordway will perform a detailed analysis
against the current configuration, how to incorporate the new technologies and where real business benefits can be gained. Provide full testing and gap analysis and arrange a penetration test as needed.
Fordway’s personnel will work alongside your IT staff and any third parties collaboratively, as each has skills necessary.
Detailed knowledge of management tools
Fordway have extensive knowledge of the Microsoft management tools, including Lighthouse, Monitor, Sentinel and Arc. These can be configured to deliver the necessary statistics and dashboard for each organisation and used as part of the assessment.
Fordway know companies have legacy systems with potential integrations that cannot just be ignored.