Network Assessment is a term that refers to the assessment of network performance, review of network architecture & security assessment of network devices. The purpose of a network assessment is to identify any weaknesses or vulnerabilities in the network, as well as to evaluate its capacity, security, and overall health.
The main goal of a network assessment is to identify the vulnerabilities in a network. This includes the endpoint devices connected to the client’s network. Using network assessment tools also offers convenience in automating tasks. Network analysis is a method of studying the relationships between entities in a network. It involves analyzing the connections, or links, between the entities, as well as the characteristics of the entities themselves.
Impact network analysis (INA) is a tool for evaluating the likely outcomes of a current or potential seed system project. These results support decision-making by researchers, policy makers, and practitioners.