Enterprise Architecture Audit, or Information Technology Audit, or Information Systems Audit,
is the evaluation of processes and controls within an Information technology (IT) infrastructure;
it is a mechanism for examining the effectiveness of organizations, systems, processes, risks and controls.
IT Audits are beneficial in identifying operational deficiencies within a business and help determine
if the information systems are safeguarding assets, maintaining data integrity, and operating effectively
and efficiently to achieve the organization's goals or objectives.
PCS' audit processes are risk-focused, encourage efficient IT controls, and ensure the timely resolution
of audit deficiencies. The process begins with a comprehensive inventory of all the various IT components.
PCS' experienced consultants review applications, hardware, software, processes, systems, and budgets.
The data gathered is documented, analyzed, and the effectiveness of each IT component is assessed to determine
their overall value or risk to the company and if they meet the requirements of supporting the business.
Audit deficiencies are identified and recommendations are duly made. The recommendations are categorized
in terms of risk to business and controls needed to mitigate the risk. PCS has successfully conducted
IT architecture audits for organizations in financial, manufacturing, and the public sector.