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In today’s business environment, technology and business coexist, therefore it is important to be updated with new technologies in business. All these circumstances make information technology an inseparable part of the business. Technology evolves regularly and so are the threats to technology. Hence, periodic Information system audits for business is extremely important.

We understand how important data is and how information security needs to be the top priority of any company, we also know how new technology is introduced in the market every other day. Therefore, we help the clients by providing every possible service there is in the Information System audit, so that they can focus on their business process.

Information System (IS) Governance:
  • Effective governance of the Informative system ensures that business delivers value and that the possible risks are managed using technology. Information Technology (IT) performance is continuously being questioned in the light of changing business and regulatory requirements, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and Basel II, & also the need for transparency to shareholders. The Information System governance structure should be designed to meet all these aims and to fit within the corporate governance framework. This system of governance is considered important by the boards and the management. The informative system addresses various concerns of an organization:
  • Inappropriate strategy for Information System Aligning informative strategy with business strategy is quite complicated and critical. The lack of proper alignment can lead to mismanagement, inappropriate investments and ineffective implementation of new system.
  • Laboriousness in Quantifying the Value of Informative System This task is necessary during disposals and acquisitions. The value derived from the impact of IT should always be known. The absence of the particular information could lead to improper investment decisions.
  • Reviewing Existing Informative System Security Controls: This is done walking by the best parameters of the industrial standards. For instance, Gap analysis with ISO27001, NIST standards and other industrial benchmarks like CIS, CERT. Making recommendations to improve and strengthen Information System controls
  • Systems and Applications: An audit to certify that systems and applications are appropriate to the entity’s requirements, are efficient, and are adequately controlled to ensure valid, reliable, well timed, and secured input, processing and output.
  • Business Application Audits: Checking upon the limitations, features and application capabilities for establishing the lawfulness in the applicant’s logical access controls. Reviewing the operational adequacy of the application package, Auditing SLDC process and testing the performance through different tools.
  • Information Processing Facilities : This audit process is conducted for ensuring the timely, accurately and effective processing of the applications under any condition whether normal or disruptive.
  • Systems Development: It is an audit to verify that the systems under development meet the goals of the organization and to assure that the systems are developed according to generally accepted standards for systems development.
  • IT and Enterprise Management Architecture: This is an audit which is conducted to verify if the IT management has developed an organizational structure and procedures for assuring a controlled and efficient environment for information processing.
  • Uncertainly as the Major Cost of Information System: Before investments or modifications are made, an organization should know the current cost in Information System. Without a comprehensive management overview, this can be difficult to ascertain.
  • Performance Management System: Measuring and improving Information System is a constant challenge. Performance check is conducted for proper management of investment in IT, controlling the technology risks which makes the foundation for improvement.
  • Regulation and Compliance Frameworks: Compliance frameworks can be costly and complicated to implement. However, without them, organizations may increase their risk of fines and the risk of their Information System assets being badly managed.

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