IBIZ Technology provides comprehensive Windows server auditing capabilities for strengthened security, streamlined compliance and optimized operations. It enables complete visibility of Windows Server infrastructure by detecting and reporting all changes made to configuration of Windows-based servers, including hardware devices, drivers, software, services, applications, networking settings, registry settings, DNS, and more. It also allows consolidation and archiving of Windows logs and user activity monitoring via recording of screen activity of privileged users.
IBIZ Technology helps you track and audit the status of your online inventory. Ideal for companies with multiple locations, our inventory management tool provides accurate specifications and detailed information about all the software and hardware assets deployed at your workplace.
IBIZ Technology offers systematic evaluation of the security of a company's information system by measuring how well it conforms to a set of established criteria. A thorough audit typically assesses the security of the system's physical configuration and environment, software, information handling processes, and user practices. Security audits are often used to determine regulatory compliance, in the wake of legislation that specifies how organizations must deal with information.
IBIZ Technology provides network security audit which the ongoing level of performance of an organization's network security can be monitored and it allows for the investigation and pinpointing of chosen trends and specific security incidents.
Performance Audit objective will be to seek assurance that all aspects of the IT systems, including necessary controls, are being effectively enforced. The performance audit could alternatively be examining the efficiency and effectiveness of a business process and as such IT audit is involved because IT is considered critical in the organization being able to deliver those services. As such, the focus of the IT audit is to provide assurance that the IT systems can be relied upon to help deliver those services. The efficiency and effectiveness of those services are then examined from a non-IT perspective after considering the impact that IT has on the ability of the organization to deliver those services.