IT Audit

Understand your systems

It’s every business owner’s nightmare — becoming the victim of a cyber attack, your data and operations at risk. While nobody likes to think that their company’s systems are insecure, in this digital era, new and sophisticated cyber threats arise every day, and unexpected downtime can be costly in more ways than one.

This is what makes information technology audits vital when it comes to ensuring that your systems are secure. An IT audit is an extensive analysis of a business’ IT environment involving the collection, examination, and evaluation of IT infrastructure—including policies and operations. The reports that result from audits contain critical information about all IT infrastructure components, such as the end devices, software, hardware, cloud solutions, the company’s IT staff, and their existing policies and procedures. This information acts as a guideline for businesses to detect risk, stay compliant, and implement the necessary changes to make their IT environment safe.

In an age where almost every aspect of a business has a technical component that affects day-to-day operations and helps them stay compliant with governing IT regulations, it’s essential that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) allocate a budget for IT audits.

Why do you need an IT Audit?

There are many significant reasons why a business cannot ignore IT audits. These include:

How can you be sure that you’re making all the right IT moves for your business?
Speak to one of our consultants today to arrange a comprehensive IT audit.

Examples of our Information System Audit Solutions

While we consider your business’ IT objectives and recommend tools that best suits your needs, here are some further IT audit tools that you may also want to consider:

Our Cyber Security Audits provide a comprehensive analysis of your entire IT infrastructure. They identify and list all potential threats and vulnerabilities, and highlight existing high-risk IT practices.

No single IT tool can help a business accomplish all their goals. Most companies use multiple tools and applications, building a technology stack to meet their needs. Our Technology Stack Audits can help you keep track of the applications you use, ensuring that they are contributing towards your goals, and saving you time and money.

Microsoft 365 can be used for a wide range of purposes, but one feature that many businesses overlook is Workplace Analytics. We can help you analyse employee productivity by monitoring Microsoft Office 365 activities and online behaviour.

This public-cloud computing solution comes with excellent auditing and reporting features. We can help you ensure that your data is secure in the cloud, and monitor it closely with Microsoft Azure.