IT Auditing


InfoSpec’s IT audit services provide an independent and objective review of IT infrastructure, control configuration, and regulatory compliance through in-depth testing and expert analysis.  

The IT auditing process is inherently complex as it involves multiple internal and external stakeholders. Existing audit infrastructure has evolved from the bottom up, leaving most organizations without a single system of record, and preventing top down visibility and control.

Moreover, As companies become increasingly dependent on complex systems to run every part of their operations, the less transparent those systems and the information they contain can appear to be. Such complexity, combined with the ever-increasing pace of IT system development and regulatory oversight, means that the management of IT systems and their associated risks is central to any organization’s growth or decline.

Ensuring the availability  and effectiveness of IT systems, data confidentiality and the integrity of management information the appropriate processing and  IT controls are the must factor. Such controls, typically derived from COBIT control processes, reduce IT related risks and form the basis for good IT governance.


Since most executives are increasingly caught up with “running their business” it is common for the IT infrastructure to fall behind. If is isn’t broken don’t touch it right? At BraunCube we understand the realities that small businesses face in maintaining their Information Technology, that’s why we’ve created an IT Audit Service.

InfoSpec is available to perform a comprehensive audit of your IT Infrastructure including Applications, Servers, Hosting, Security, Backup, Licensing, and Vendor Contracts. Our process includes completing an IT questionnaire, an initial meeting, and a hands-on assessment of your environment. We then prepare a report packed with recommendations on how to save money, repair problems, and resolve risks.

IT Audit Services Include:

  • Comprehensive review of technology Applications
  •  licensing Hosting
  • Internet Access Vendor Contracts
  • Costs Backup
  • Security Servers
  • Desktops Networking Equipment Phone Systems
  • Telephony human resource

Why IT Audit?

Reduce risks

Reduce risks of data tampering, data loss or leakage service disruption, and poor management of IT systems.

It gives assurance

It gives assurance that the IT systems are adequately protected, provide reliable information to users and properly managed to achieve their intended benefits.

Businesses without IT departments

If your company is too small to have your own IT department, that doesn’t mean you’re too small for an audit. Even the simplest electronic exchanges, such as email use, can trigger data security problems.

Newer IT challenges

New technology and technological changes such as social media, cloud computing and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) present myriad IT challenges. IT audit can help show how you can take advantage of the latest technology.

IT Audit Services Includes

Information Technology Audit

This audit is an examination of the controls inside an association’s IT framework. Amid the IT review process, InfoSpec Auditors evaluate the general viability of our customer’s IT control condition to guarantee these controls are appropriately designed to safeguard the accessibility, privacy, and respectability of mission-basic frameworks and information.

The review scope depends basically on the size and extent of the customer’s operation and the particular needs of the customer. The venture chief and inspectors work straightforwardly with the customer to guarantee practical and auspicious conveyance of our examining administrations.

IT General Controls Audit

This audit is an examination of the proactive/defensive controls, the analyst controls, and the responsive/remedial controls inside an association’s IT framework.

Amid the IT controls review process, InfoSpec IT Auditors gather and assess proof of the customer’s data frameworks controls, strategies and techniques, and other related documentation to guarantee the availability, confidentiality, and integrity of mission-critical systems and data.

Compliance Gap Analysis

The Compliance audit is an examination of existing controls, systems, and arrangements against industry best practices and industry directions encompassing cybersecurity and data security. InfoSpec’s Compliance survey administrations enable associations to decide their adherence to set up state, government, and industry rules.

InfoSpec likewise gives a report recognizing crevices and organizing territories of changes, and giving arrangements on the best way to bring the association into consistence.