Real-time protection audit is an assessment of the effectiveness and efficiency of a real-time protection system or software. The purpose of the audit is to ensure that the system or software is working as intended and providing adequate protection against security threats.
The audit typically involves the following steps:
Review of the real-time protection system’s design and implementation to understand its key features and capabilities.
Examination of the system’s logs and alerts to identify any security incidents that have been detected and how they were handled.
Analysis of the system’s performance metrics to assess its effectiveness in detecting and responding to security incidents.
Testing of the system’s response to simulated security incidents to validate its effectiveness and evaluate its performance.
Assessment of the system’s ability to scale and adapt to changing security threats and evolving business requirements.
Review of the system’s documentation, policies, and procedures to ensure they are up-to-date and aligned with industry standards and best practices.
The audit report should document any weaknesses or deficiencies identified during the audit and provide recommendations for remediation. The report should also include an overall assessment of the system’s effectiveness and provide assurance to stakeholders that the system is providing adequate protection against security threats.
Evaluation of the system’s capacity to grow and modify in response to shifting security risks and changing business requirements.
Review of the system’s documentation, policies, and practises to make sure they’re current and in line with norms and best practises in the field.
Any flaws or inadequacies found during the audit should be documented in the audit report, along with suggestions for fixing them.
In order to reassure stakeholders that the system is offering sufficient protection against security threats, the report should also include a general evaluation of the system’s effectiveness.