Using International standards such as ITIL, COBIT and ISO/IEC 27001.

  1. IT Systems security audit: The point is to see if the IT controls in place are properly protecting the company’s assets, ensuring the integrity of the data, and staying in line with the goals and objectives of the company. Thus everything that involves IT is inspected, from physical security to the overall business and financial concerns.

  2. Systems & Applications: This focuses on the systems and applications within an organization. It makes sure they are appropriate, efficient, valid, reliable, timely and secure on all levels of activity.

  3. Information Processing Facilities: Verifies that process is working correctly, timely and accurately, whether in normal or disruptive conditions.

  4. Systems Development: To see if those systems which are under development are being created in compliance with the organization’s standards.

  5. Management of IT and Enterprise Architecture: Making sure that IT management is structured and processes in a controlled and efficient manner.

  6. Client/Server, Telecommunications, Intranets and Extranets: This spotlights telecommunication controls, such as a server and network, which is the bridge between clients and servers. All of this can be expedited with the help of IT project management software.