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IT Auditing: Using Controls to Protect Information Assets by Kevin Wheeler, Mike Schiller, Chris Davis

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CHAPTER 15Auditing Company Projects

In this chapter we will discuss key controls to look for when auditing the processes used for managing company projects, including understanding the following as it relates to information technology (IT) audit project management:

• Keys to successful project management

• Requirements gathering and initial design

• System design and development

• Testing

• Implementation

• Training

• Wrapping up project

All the other chapters in this part of the book have dealt with how to audit specific technologies and processes that are already in place and operating in a production environment (such as operating systems, data centers, applications, and so on). However, before any system or process can be implemented, a project ...

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