It is surprising how many SMEs take time to carry out active network baselining, taking empirical statistics of the performance of their functioning systems in order to determine their optimal resource performance. With network baselining, the availability of systems and network resources are measured to determine their normal performance with, and without peak utilisation, performance under no load, load and heavy load utilisations.
Research Series takes delight in assisting you with network and security monitoring, to determine network baselines, which helps you plan for the future in the following areas:
- Capability planning,
- Infrastructure and network optimisation,
- Control plane resource utilisation and optimisation,
- Accurate decisions about network thresholds
- Identify current network problems
- Predict future problems
- Gain situation awareness
We assist our customers conduct expert risk assessments, ensure IT Health Checks (ITHCs) are conducted through independent and CHECK-accredited organisations, and remedial controls are put in place to address identified risks on an on-going basis. We then produce a number of collaterals to support the assurance or accredited of the service, such as:
- Threat matrix
- Business impact assessment (BIA)
- Privacy impact assessment (PIA)
- Accreditation strategy
- Baseline control sets (BCS)
- Risk assessment and management
- Risk documentation and RMADS
- Remedial Action Plan (RAP)
We ensure that active risk management is in place to continually manage residual risks. We also provide you with an Account Manager / Liaison to interface with your internal and external stakeholders such as the NCSC and your Lead Accreditor, and ensure excellent senior stakeholder management experience.
We are privileged to have worked for a number of central government departments, OGDs government agencies, industries and academia. We are committed to excellence and will go the extra mile in making you engagement another success story for you. We will provide you references should you ask.