soma’s IT AuditYou can’t conduct your own audit without having a conflict of interest!
Are you brave enough to uncover the truth about your business?
If you’re not – you should be.
An IT audit doesn’t simply summarise your environment, equipment and frameworks. It extends to processes that impact the ongoing performance of your IT systems as well as industry best practice, documentation supporting your business processes, security and disaster recovery protocols. We all like to think that our Network’s are secure and issue free. The fact is that a lot of the time you cannot control changes within your Network. Technically speaking an Audit will provide insight into an organization’s culture, policies and procedures. Audit results will assist board and management by verifying internal controls such as operating effectiveness, risk mitigation controls, and compliance with any relevant laws or regulations. How does a soma Audit look? In summary, here’s how it will go;
- Firstly, soma will investigate your IT infrastructure Our talented systems specialists talk to your key staff, review your processes and take a detailed inventory of your current technologies, applications and systems.
- We will learn and understand your goals We make every recommendation with your future business plan in mind. We want to know your goals – one year, five years and a decade from now.
- Identify IT gaps and SWOT your journey On one hand we will pinpoint processes and technologies that are costing you unnecessary time, money and resource, and on the other hand offer proven alternatives with clear differentiation around capability and the reasons for adoption.
- Evaluate areas of critical risk We look at your security posture to identify pressing security risks. Some may not be affecting your business now but could cause serious problems in the near future.
- Presentation time – your soma audit Detailed findings resulting from your audit will be presented where possible in person or via a channel of your choice. We don’t believe in confusing, long-form proposals that are difficult to understand. We cut to the chase and then we get to work.