Business Compliance

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What is compliance Auditing?

Business compliance auditing is a systematic assessment process conducted within an organization to evaluate and enhance its operations, risk management, and control systems. It’s carried out by an independent team (internal auditors) reporting directly to top management. The key goals are to evaluate controls, assess risks, ensure compliance, improve processes, and provide objective reporting. This function is essential for maintaining efficient, ethical, and trustworthy operations within the organization.

It serves as a vital checkpoint to ensure that a company’s operations align with legal requirements and industry best practices such as NIST, ISO 27001 and GDPR.

Through comprehensive assessments, we provide valuable insights, recommendations, and execution of required control outcomes enabling businesses to rectify non-compliance issues and fortify their framework for sustainable, ethically sound operations.


Outsourced Internal Auditing

Outsourced internal auditing services involve hiring an external professional team of consultants to conduct internal audits on behalf of your organisation.

Rather than provisioning an in-house team, your company can contract with us to perform assessments of governance, operations, risk management, and control systems.

Our auditors operate independently and supply reports and evidence of their findings to your organisation’s management, board of directors and to 3rd party certification authorities.

Why choose us?

  1. Expertise: Outsourced auditors bring a wealth of experience and specialized knowledge in auditing practices, often across various industries and sectors.

  2. Objectivity: Being independent from the organization, outsourced auditors can offer an unbiased perspective, providing a fresh set of eyes on processes and controls.

  3. Flexibility: The organization can engage external auditors on a project-by-project basis or for specific areas of focus, allowing for greater flexibility in resource allocation.

  4. Cost-Efficiency: Outsourcing can be more cost-effective than maintaining an in-house auditing team, as it eliminates the need for hiring, training, and retaining specialized staff.

  5. Access to Technology and Tools: Auditing firms have access to advanced auditing tools and technologies that may not be readily available to an in-house team.

  6. Compliance and Regulatory Expertise: Outsourced auditors are well-versed in industry-specific regulations and compliance standards, ensuring that the organization remains in line with legal requirements.

  7. Confidentiality: External auditors maintain a high level of confidentiality, providing a level of assurance that sensitive information will be handled securely.

  8. Scalability: Organizations can scale the level of auditing services based on their specific needs and business growth.