For YieldMore Executives,
We here in your IT department have recently audited our infrastructure for our company’s network. Upon the review we did find several threats and vulnerabilities. First off is the fact we do not have a backup system in place for any natural disaster to our headquarters. This is an exploit found in the systems and application domain that can cripple our whole company. A second system found in one of the production center could be able to be installed in case of said ...view middle of the document...
This area is on the remote access domain and needs to be looked at on a constant basis.
The third issue would be in the user domain. Any terminated or disgruntled employee can load issues to our system and need to be expelled from our system as soon as they are gone from the company.
A fourth issue would be password safety. We must assume that passwords are not secure since most of our labor is found outside of our three building units. A policy to have the user change his or her password on a frequent basis will in fact keep this risk down but it is not full proof. This is another issue with the user domain that needs attention on a regular basis.
Lastly and a major issue is the lack of a firewall in our production centers. They are subject to any attack from an external source. This is a risk toward our system and application domain and needs to address ASAP. Adding firewalls to a building should be examined and thought of since we are going to have at least one backup located in the centers as stated in previous risk areas stated above.