How to Structure a Successful Internal Audit Process

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A collective sigh goes around the room (or zoom call) whenever I say the phrase, “we have an internal audit coming up.” Though it may seem like just another item on the compliance checklist to “get through,” the internal audit process is an essential process for companies of all sizes. Internal audits allow companies to assure customers that they are delivering secure, quality, and compliant services and/or products while at the same time identifying ways to improve and mature the company’s business practices.

Though this process can feel like pulling teeth (especially if you are doing it for the first time), it doesn’t have to! I recently completed our internal audit at LogicGate using Risk Cloud and I found, by doing a few key things, you can make it much easier on yourself and those participating. 

Before an Internal Audit Assessment Begins

1. Establish Responsibilities

As a smaller company, there are some things we take into consideration at LogicGate when assigning our internal audit responsibilities

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