An Infrastructure Audit is a process of evaluation that allows you to identify pieces of underutilized data center equipment, further helping you decide what can be repurposed or retired, depending on the needs of your organization. IT infrastructure audit helps you save money as well by helping you identify if any of your equipment has an overlapping or expired maintenance contract.
This category of audit verifies that all the different systems and applications you are using are highly-efficient. It also ensures that your system is working in a reliable, valid, and secure manner.
A systems development audit is done to confirm that the systems being developed meet the objectives of your company. It also helps ensure that your systems operate at an accepted standard.
Information processing facilities audit is done to verify that a processing facility is controlled and its applications are processed efficiently. It also confirms that the applications are under normal conditions while identifying against any possible negative conditions.
This audit works to put into place the telecommunication controls. This primarily aids in ensuring that the networks and servers are aligned.
This audit verifies that the IT management has developed a structure as well as procedures that accommodate an efficient environment and facilitate information processing.