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IT Audit

As business grows, it becomes more competitive and hence need for more complex technologies and It infrastructure becomes critical. Moreover capacity keeps on getting added in a reactive and dynamic manner; which if not managed properly can lead to ultimate chaos scenarios. Our IT Audit services are directed towards catering to this need of growing organizations and networks.

Our IT audit services is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and managing an objective and internally independent internal Information Security IT Management Audit Program.

This program serves your business by examining, evaluating, and reporting on information technology (IT) applications, systems, operations, processes, and practices to provide reasonable assurance that security controls will:

Audit efforts are focused on those operational areas presenting the highest degree of risk, as well as the greatest potential for benefit to your organization.
Internal Audit recommendations are designed to help you manage operations more efficiently, resulting in a more effective use of resources.

What Audit is done

The types of audits performed include, but are not limited to, the following

  • Application Controls
  • Business / Technical Processes
  • Certification and Accreditation
  • Change Control
  • Configuration Management
  • Control Procedures and Practices
  • Data Centers/Facilities
  • Data Management
  • Desktop Practices
  • Disaster Recovery
  • End of Life Procedures
  • Incident Management
  • Internal Controls for Technology
  • Mobile Devices and Media
  • Networks
  • Policy and Regulatory Compliance
  • Servers
  • Technology Acquisitions
  • Telecommunications
  • Other Resources
The Audit Process

Several factors can influence the scheduling of audits. They include: the degree of risk or exposure to loss, the type of audit, and the current and planned work in other audit projects requiring substantial time commitments.

Audit Timeframes

Audits can last from a few days to several months, depending on the scope and objectives of the audit work. The auditor(s) assigned to your business will give you an estimate of the time they will need to complete the audit, after the planning phase is complete.