IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Mar 18 2010   5:33PM GMT

IT Audit Follow-up: Assessing Recommendation Resolution – Part III

Robert Davis Robert Davis Profile: Robert Davis

IT auditor follow-up activities has been defined “as a process by which they determine the adequacy, effectiveness and timeliness of actions taken by management on reported engagement observations and recommendations, including those made by external auditors and others“. Therefore, a follow-up process is established to enable reasonable assurance that each audit conducted by an IT auditor provides optimal benefit to the entity; through requiring that approved suggestions arising from audits are implemented in accordance with management’s intentions for the undertakings or that management recognizes and acknowledges the risks inherent in delaying, or not implementing, proposed solutions.

View Part I of the IT Audit Follow-up: Assessing Recommendation Resolution series here

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