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Every company has started to become aware of the need for robust information technology in today’s densely networked business world. Therefore, information technology needs security from both internal and external threats. To safeguard this valuable intellectual property, every company must get the information system audit (IS Audit) done regularly and carefully from experienced IT auditors. As the demand for IS Audit/IT audits is on a surge for them to address the changing requirements and demands of business these days, it is high time you must get your information systems Audit done from our experienced IS auditors.


Information system audit or information technology audit can be defined as a process of evaluating and collecting evidence from the information technology, operation, and system of the organization to align them with the corporate vision, mission, and goals. It encompasses the evaluation and review of the information processing system, interfaces, and other non-automated processes of an organization.

SMC adopts a risk-based audit approach and performs a thorough risk assessment before starting with the information system audit. A risk-based IS auditing approach allows our IT auditors to decide the degree of reliance they can place on internal controls while performing their information technology audit.


The scope of IT audit depends on the nature and size of the business. Ideally, it encompasses all the IT resources, including hardware, software, networking, plans, policies, procedures, and systems. IS Audit is generally performed on a yearly basis.

During the course of an information system audit, we test physical security controls and then go on to test logical security controls, network security, disaster recovery procedures, and business continuity plans. We then undertake data integrity assessment, assessment of controls over network, database, applications, and IT infrastructure. We review the IT strategy, organizational structure, and IT service process, including support function, service management, etc.