Network Audit

Certainty about the future of your ICT network

Complete insight into the quality of your ICT network


In-depth analysis provides insight into the current status and future of your ICT network.

With our network audit and extensive reporting you will have a solid basis for your ICT roadmap.

Why an ICT network audit?

An ICT Network Audit by Procyon Networks gives you independent insight into the status of your ICT network in all its facets, based on in-depth analyses.

When installing and maintaining your ICT network, it is extremely important to make the right, future-oriented choices. Because our ICT network audit is based on independent principles, you have a solid basis for making the right choices for the future of your ICT network.

In an extensive report, clearly written for both engineering and management, you will receive insight and concrete recommendations.

In-depth analysis
Independent insight
Extensive reporting for engineers and management
Concrete, applicable recommendations

Approach to ICT Network Audit

In short this is how your ICT network audit is set up:

  • Inventory meeting with you(r team)
  • Creation of a baseline measurement
    • Scalability
    • Availability
    • Functioning of ICT infrastructure
    • How applications function
  • Investigation into the status of the network:
    • Quality
    • Solidity
    • Predictability
    • Availability
  • Preparing the audit report:
    • Concrete improvement proposals
    • Traffic light reporting
      • Good
      • Improve immediately
      • Improve over time

Insight through Network Audit?

ICT Network Audit Report

  • General impression – brief description of the network
  • Documentation – which parts of the ICT network are/are not well documented and their importance
  • Network drawings
    • Are they sufficiently present and are they important?
    • Distinction between logical and physical drawings
    • Usefulness of dynamic drawings
    • Is the content complete?
      • Complete Layer-3 logic drawing
      • Complete Layer-1/2 drawing
      • Subsequent detailed drawings
      • All relevant components identified
  • Network design
    • Core & WAN
    • Firewalling
    • Load Balancing
    • Hardware choices
    • Logical design
  • In-device documentation
  • Drawing services
  • DNS naming

There is more in the audit report

  • Security
    • Logical security
    • Physical security
    • Separate environments
    • Method of access to devices
    • Redundancy
    • TACACS
  • Network management
    • General
    • Tooling
    • Methodology
    • Proactive management
  • Availability/availability
  • Scalability/scalability
  • Error and performance measurements
  • Other points of interest

Insight through Network Audit?