Information Technology (IT) auditors enable companies to secure their internal controls and data within their technology structures. They secure confidential information by detecting flaws in the system's network and by designing techniques to avoid any technical breaches of security.
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Excellent knowledge of financial and tax laws.
The ability to make financial documentation.
High demand in the labour market
Irregular working hours
Frequent and long business trips
In a short time, the auditor must process a huge amount of information.
Fuzzy formation of laws and their frequent adjustment
Without work experience for the position of auditor get almost unreal.
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
You are a team player
You possess excellent knowledge in the field of finance, economics and accounting.
You know more than one foreign language
You have the ability to work in all programs required to conduct a full audit.
Interesting Facts about the career
An IT auditor is responsible for analyzing and assessing a company’s technological infrastructure to ensure processes and systems run accurately and efficiently while remaining secure and meeting compliance regulations. An IT auditor also identifies any IT issues that fall under the audit, specifically those related to security and risk management. If issues are identified, IT auditors are responsible for communicating their findings to others in the organization and offering solutions to improve or change processes and systems to ensure security and compliance.