The objective of our information technology audits is to determine whether controls effectively support the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your systems.
ParadoxWeb identifies, develops and tests internal controls and policies. Reviews are created and implemented to address your objectives ranging from cost recovery, to application and infrastructure controls. We highlight significant exposures and recommend solutions to mitigate risk.
- Management of IT risks (System and Network Auditing)
- Information Security (Anti-Virus, Firewalls)
- Business Continuity (Backups and Disaster Recovery)
- Change Management
- Physical Security
- IT Operations
- Up to Date Documentation
- Audit of Outsourcing Providers
- Cost Recovery and Invoice Auditing
Information technology auditors gather information and do some planning to gain an understanding of the existing internal control structure.
- Knowledge of business and industry
- Recent financial information
- Regulatory statutes
- Inherent risk assessments
To gain an understanding of the existing Internal Control Structure, information technology auditors needs to identify:
- Control environment and procedures
- Detection risk assessment
- Control risk assessment
- Equate total risk
Information Technology Audit Strategies
We gather evidence to test if an organization is following its control procedure and validate the integrity of their data.
- Review organizational structure
- Review policies and procedures
- Review standards
- Review documentation
- Review the organization’s business improvement area
- Interview the appropriate personnel
- Observe the processes and employee performance
- Examination and testing of controls
Observation of what an individual actually does versus what they are supposed to do, can provide auditors with valuable evidence when it comes to control implementation and understanding by the user.