The widespread use of information technology (IT) in organizations today mean that every auditor must understand IT audit process to some extent. It is impossible to complete an audit today without contending with some elements of technology. Lack of IT audit skill may result in audit failure in wherever technology is used to process transactions.
This is designed to enable participants, upon completion of the course, to plan, evaluate, test, document, and report on IT Audit in accordance with professional standard of the IIA, ISACA, IFAC, ICAN and similar bodies.
• The IT Environment of the Modern Organization
• Audit Implications of Information and Communication Technologies
• The IT Audit Process Model
• Understanding and Implementing Professional IT Auditing Standards
• The Nature of Audit Evidence in a Computerized Environment
• IT Audit Workpapers: How do they Differ from Others
• Performing IT Auditing through the Process
• Risk Assessment for IT Systems
• Use of Computer Assisted Audit Techniques Software to Capture Evidence
• Writing and Presenting the IT Audit Report