Build Review

Mitigate any weaknesses within your digital environment through constant evaluation and by deploying hardening techniques.

A build review is an assessment of software, hardware and any other pertinent areas of a cyber security strategy where a vulnerability may hurt a business in the case of a cyber-attack.

A build review plays an essential role in developing a strong security posture. It provides established and consistent testing that helps IT and security teams understand whether the configurations they have in place are effective in defending the infrastructure against attacks.

Build reviews can also become an essential learning tool by identifying issues early on in the deployment process so that they don't become recurring problems down the road.

Ensure your configurations are effective in defending against attacks

Talk to a security advisor about how a build review can help you identify vulnerabilities.

Scope of Build Reviews

Build reviews typically cover the following components of a digital and physical cyber security strategy:

  • Firewalls
  • Servers
  • Active Directory
  • Application Servers
  • Workstations (desktops, laptops, Citrix)
  • Database Servers
  • Routers
  • Switches
  • Operating Systems
  • Policies & Processes (frameworks, employee security awareness)
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Benefits of Build Reviews

Build reviews help you understand vulnerabilities you have in hardware and software configurations so that you can remediate them before they turn into a long-term issue or cyberthreat.

The initial cyber security review we carry out identifies the current cyber security risk posture so that you can define a baseline and strategy for future ongoing improvements.

  • Knowledge of vulnerabilities
  • Shorten potential downtimes
  • Uncover potential cyberthreats
  • Reduce mistakes on future deployments
  • Ensure proper configurations
  • Improved security posture
GCIA
GCIH
GSEC
GWAPT
GCCC
CRISK
CISM
CCSP
CCSM
ITIL
CEh
CCIE
RedHat
CTS
SENTRY
DEFENDER