The purpose of a SuperGeek Corporate IT audit are to evaluate a system’s design and effectiveness. Efficiency, security, development processes, and IT governance play a critical role in the effectiveness of the overall system. Staff responsible for security must consider if the controls are effective and what actions can be done to prevent future breaches of system integrity. An unbiased observation and assessment is critical in performing the task of systems auditing. In an Information Systems (IS) environment, an audit is an examination of information systems, their inputs, outputs, and processing.
The primary functions of an IT audit are to evaluate the systems in place. Specifically, information technology audits are used to evaluate the performance, integrity, efficiency and effectiveness to meet the organisation’s technology and communication needs.
Will the organization’s computer systems be available for the business at all times when required?
Will the information in the systems be disclosed only to authorized users?
Will the information provided by the system always be accurate, reliable, and timely?
A properly managed audit assess’s the efficiency and risk to a company’s information and establishes methods of minimizing those risks. and proposes alternative technologies and hardware to assist the business with its IT needs and business objectives.