You can’t improve until you know what you have!
Over time, your IT infrastructure will change. Equipment and software will reach end-of-life and once capable systems will start to struggle under the weight of escalating demand. It’s hard to keep track of what needs updating, when.
If you’re new in post or are worried that something potentially dangerous is lurking in your infrastructure, the answer is to run a thorough IT audit. As part of our managed cyber security services, we recommend a full audit every 2 years although this depends on the scale and complexity of your infrastructure. Contact us to find out how we can support your infrastructure needs.
When it comes to selecting a partner for your risks and recommendations audit, there are four compelling reasons why you should choose us:
Choosing us for your risks and recommendations audit means choosing a trusted partner dedicated to your organisation’s success, armed with expertise, customised solutions, cutting-edge technology, and a collaborative approach that sets us apart from the rest.
The audit covers the 2 key areas of your infrastructure:
(Red, Amber, Green)
Your Audit report will contain a comprehensive list of assets, issues and recommendations, highlighted as ‘High’, ‘Medium’ and ‘Low’ priorities so that you can plan future changes and manage your risk.
A risks and recommendations audit is a comprehensive assessment of a businesses operations, processes, and practices to identify potential risks and provide recommendations for mitigating those risks.
These audits are crucial for identifying hidden risks that may negatively impact your business’s operations, reputation, or compliance. They provide valuable insights into areas that need improvement and help you make informed decisions to optimise your business processes.
The frequency of these audits can vary depending on your industry, regulatory requirements, and the evolving nature of your business. Typically, we recommend a full audit every 2 years although this depends on the scale and complexity of your infrastructure.
The audit process typically involves a thorough examination of your internal controls, processes, financial statements, and compliance measures. It includes data collection, analysis, interviews with key stakeholders, and the development of a detailed report with recommendations.
After the audit, you’ll receive a comprehensive report detailing identified risks and recommendations for addressing them. It’s essential to create an action plan to implement these recommendations effectively. The audit team may provide guidance and support during the implementation phase to ensure optimal results.