Information System Audit
A managerial, technical, and organizational process called an information system audit makes sure that information technology is used correctly and that the organization’s systems are strategically aligned with its overall mission and aim. Information systems auditing should not be seen as a controlling procedure but rather as a way to get the most out of IT investments and improve the distribution of information resources to the stakeholders.
All decision support systems are built on information systems, and senior management significantly relies on the outputs, reports, and business intelligence produced by management information systems. Information systems audits have the responsibility of making sure that all stakeholders always have access to reliable, accurate information.
Organizations can reduce risks, strengthen the security and effectiveness of their information systems, and uncover weak points in their IT controls and systems by conducting information system audits. These audits also demonstrate compliance with relevant laws, rules, and industry standards