ITGC CONTROLS PDF

ITGC give assurance that the IT system produces accurate results and reliance can be placed on the output of the system. ITGC audits are done in as part of financial statements audits and the purpose of the ITGC audit is to review the controls in place for the IT systems that have a direct affect on the financial statements. Program Change This element is relevant to the controls for changes made and system development activities. Program Changes Changes made to systems follow the change management policy and procedures established by management, including emergency and configuration changes.

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They apply to all systems environments, components, processes, and data, and can be relevant to practically any audit engagement. According to the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing , internal auditors are expected to have sufficient knowledge of key information technology risks and controls, and available technology-based audit techniques to perform their assigned work.

This course presents the fundamental concepts and terminology associated with IT general controls, including controls provided by automated systems. With an emphasis on ways the operational audit can participate in IT-related activities within audit engagements, this course provides tips on how to apply learned concepts to the risk evaluation and the audit process.

This interactive course is designed for internal auditors in all sectors with 1 to 2 years of auditing experience, who are interested in gaining additional insight into how to assess IT general controls.

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State the IT general control audit concepts necessary to perform an audit of IT applications supporting key processes. Recognize the general concepts related to assessing logical security. Describe the general concepts related to assessing change management.

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Information Technology General Controls: The Basics

They apply to all systems environments, components, processes, and data, and can be relevant to practically any audit engagement. According to the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing , internal auditors are expected to have sufficient knowledge of key information technology risks and controls, and available technology-based audit techniques to perform their assigned work. This course presents the fundamental concepts and terminology associated with IT general controls, including controls provided by automated systems. With an emphasis on ways the operational audit can participate in IT-related activities within audit engagements, this course provides tips on how to apply learned concepts to the risk evaluation and the audit process. This interactive course is designed for internal auditors in all sectors with 1 to 2 years of auditing experience, who are interested in gaining additional insight into how to assess IT general controls.

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IT general controls ITGC are controls that apply to all systems, components, processes, and data for a given organization or information technology IT environment. The objectives of ITGCs are to ensure the proper development and implementation of applications, as well as the integrity of programs, data files, and computer operations. ITGCs may also be referred to as General Computer Controls GCC which are defined as: Controls, other than application controls, which relate to the environment within which computer-based application systems are developed, maintained and operated, and which are therefore applicable to all applications. The objectives of general controls are to ensure the proper development and implementation of applications, the integrity of program and data files and of computer operations.

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Information technology controls

The objectives of ITGCs are to ensure the integrity of the data and processes that the systems support. The most common ITGCs are as follow:. We assist organizations in designing ITGC frameworks and providing operating effectiveness assurance through co-sourcing and outsourcing of ITGC audits. Schneider Downs dedicated IT audit professionals have experience working with a wide variety of industries of all sizes. Our ITGC services will be tailored to the organizations risk appetite and compliance requirements. With a large number of skilled and seasoned IT Auditors on-staff, we are able to tailor IT audit plans and deliver results that are designed to mitigate the most critical risks to your organization.

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General controls are defined by COBIT as controls, other than application controls, that relate to the environment within which computer-based application systems are developed, maintained and operated, and that is therefore applicable to all applications ISACA Glossary, These controls include policies, procedures and practices tasks and activities established by management to provide reasonable assurance that specific objectives will be achieved [2]; which are to ensure the proper development and implementation of applications and the integrity of program and data files and of computer operations. Taking into account that general controls apply to all areas of the organization including IT infrastructure and Support services [2], each IT auditor should bear in mind obtaining an appropriate understanding over the IT control environment prior to any testing or walkthroughs covering the four key areas below:. The objective of this control is to gain an overall impression on the controls surrounding the information systems within the environment in order to provide assurance of leadership, organizational structure and processes existence. A set of areas should be taken into account while auditing this control such as Information Security framework and structure, IT strategy, organizational structure, policies and procedures; including information security, IT contracting strategies, IT controls monitoring, risk management plans and business continuity plan. The objective of this control is to verify the key components which affect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information systems [2].

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