IT (Information Technology) Audit & Advisory
Organisations are embracing emerging technologies like never before, but the flip side of emerging technologies is changing the risk profile. Hence in today’s world, IT Risk management has become inevitable.
IT risk management enables measuring, managing, and controlling IT-related risks, thus enhancing the reliability of processes and the entire information system. It Includes
IT System implementation, Review, and Assessment
Evaluating and implementing appropriate IT systems and infrastructure such as ERPs, Databases, OS, and Networks. Reviewing IT governance and assessment of IT system management, its alignment to corporate management, vision, mission, and organizational goals.
IT Audit and Due Diligence
An IT audit examines and evaluates an organization’s information technology infrastructure, policies, and operations. It determines whether IT controls protect corporate assets, ensure data integrity, and are aligned with the business’s overall goals. IT auditors examine not only physical security controls but also overall business and financial controls that involve information technology systems.
Operations at modern companies are increasingly computerized hence IT audits are used to ensure information-related controls and processes are working properly. The primary objectives of an IT audit include
- Evaluate the systems and processes in place that secure company data.
- Determine risks to a company’s information assets, and help identify methods to minimize those risks.
- Ensure information management processes are in compliance with IT-specific laws, policies, and standards.
- Determine inefficiencies in IT systems and associated management.
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT)
Vulnerabilities exist in all levels of a computing system (on-premise and cloud) regardless of the organization’s size. There’s a big misconception that small and medium-sized businesses are spared by cyber attackers. As the security of small businesses is usually relaxed, attackers incline toward them. Many times, organizations say they don’t require vulnerability risk assessments because they’re such a small organization, But this false belief could prove very costly for a business, big or small – SME or MNC.
VAPT Testing is a security testing to identify security vulnerabilities in an application, network, endpoint, and cloud. Both the Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing have unique strengths and are often collectively done to achieve complete analysis. Vulnerability Assessment scans the digital assets and notifies organizations about pre-existing flaws. The penetration test exploits the vulnerabilities in the system & determines the security gaps.