Audit & Planning

Wireless Surveys

Wireless surveys are an essential tool in the design and deployment of wireless networks. They help to identify potential coverage, capacity, and interference issues that may affect the performance of the wireless network. There are three types of wireless surveys: predictive, active, and passive.

  • Predictive surveys use computer modeling to predict the behavior of the wireless network in a given environment.
  • Active surveys involve walking around the area with wireless testing equipment to measure signal strength, interference, and other factors.
  • Passive surveys involve monitoring the wireless network without transmitting any signals.

Heat Maps

Heat maps are a data visualization which displays data in a color-coded format, where each color represents a different level of intensity or magnitude of a particular variable. Heat maps are particularly useful for identifying patterns or anomalies in large datasets, which can help auditors and planners make more informed decisions. Overall, heat maps provide a quick and intuitive way to understand complex data, making them a valuable tool for audit and planning professionals.

Network Security Audit

Network security audit is a process of evaluating and assessing the security of an organization’s network infrastructure. It identifies vulnerabilities and potential threats that can compromise the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information stored or transmitted over the network. This involves a comprehensive review of the network architecture, configuration, and security policies, as well as testing and analysis of the network components and devices, such as routers, switches, firewalls, and servers.

Solution Designing

Solution designing involves developing a comprehensive plan for the design, implementation, and maintenance of a network infrastructure that meets the specific requirements and objectives of an organization. It includes analyzing the business needs and technical requirements of the organization, and identifying the appropriate hardware, software, and protocols necessary to support the network operations considering security, scalability, performance, and availability to ensure the network can accommodate growth and changes in the organization’s needs.

Wireless Audit

Wireless audit involves the examination of the wireless network infrastructure, configuration, and security controls to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious actors. The audit typically includes an analysis of wireless access points, client devices, authentication mechanisms, encryption protocols, and other network components to determine their level of security. The goal of a wireless audit is to identify weaknesses in the wireless network that could be exploited to gain unauthorized access, steal sensitive information, or disrupt network operations.

Wired Audit

Wired audit is a process of assessing the security of a wired network. It involves a comprehensive examination of the network infrastructure, configuration, and security controls to identify vulnerabilities that could be exploited by cybercriminals. The audit typically includes an analysis of network devices, servers, workstations, firewalls, switches, routers, and other network components to determine their level of security. The goal of a wired audit is to identify weaknesses in the network that could be exploited to gain unauthorized access, steal sensitive information, or disrupt network operations.

Bill of Materials

A Bill of Materials (BOM) provides a detailed inventory of all the items needed for a specific project or product, including the quantity and unit cost of each item. The BOM serves as a critical reference document for manufacturers, engineers, and project managers, enabling them to accurately estimate the total cost of a project or product and to ensure that all required components are available and ordered in a timely manner. The BOM also include information on the specifications, characteristics, and suppliers of each item.

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