Security Questions

    Application Details:

    Application Access Controls:

    Application control is a security approach designed to protect against malicious code. It is one of the most effective mitigation strategies in ensuring the security of systems. As such, application control forms part of the Essential Eight.

     


    User Awareness Controls:

    Security awareness training has been recognised as one of the most basic controls to protect organisations of all sizes.

     



    If answered yes, please give a brief description of procedure:

    Anti Malware Controls:

    Anti Malware can help prevent malware attacks by scanning all incoming data to prevent malware from being installed and infecting a computer. Anti Malware programs can also detect advanced forms of malware and offer protection against ransomware attacks.

     


    If Yes, please specify software used:


    If Yes, please specify software used:


    If Yes, please specify software used:

    Network Access Controls:

    Network access control (NAC), also known as network admission control, is the process of restricting unauthorised users and devices from gaining access to a corporate or private network. Only users who are authenticated and devices that are authorised and compliant with security policies can enter the network.

     


    If Yes, please specify software used:


    If Yes, please specify software used:


    If Yes, please specify software used:

    Patch Management Controls:

    Patch management fixes vulnerabilities on your software and applications that are susceptible to cyberattacks, helping your organisation reduce its security risk. Patch management ensures your software and applications are kept up-to-date and run smoothly, supporting system uptime.

     

    Disaster Recovery Controls:

    Disaster recovery (DR) is an organisation's ability to restore access and functionality to IT infrastructure after a disaster event, whether natural or caused by human action (or error).

     


    If other, please specify:


    If other, please specify: