Our team of auditors and cybersecurity advisors consists of highly specialized professionals, including Certified Information Systems Security Professionals (CISSPs) and Certified Information Systems Auditors (CISAs). Because we combine qualified IT auditors with the standards of the CPA profession, we deliver the technical IT and audit skills needed to clearly relay technical information to both the IT department and management.
Join our growing team of cyber professionals committed
to continuous learning and having fun as we serve our
clients across the US and Canada. Our professional
development process will ensure you have the support
and training you need to succeed.
Our internships are designed to give students the opportunity to immediately immerse themselves in the world of information security and risk governance. Interns will apply the knowledge gained in the classroom to real-world scenarios. Many internships also result in full-time employment opportunities after graduation.
Flexibility to keep your personal and professional goals aligned while also meeting – and often exceeding – the needs of colleagues and clients.
We facilitate comprehensive, formalized training programs focused on key development areas by way of live sessions, web-based/recorded modules, and on-the-job learning.
By monitoring current market and industry trends, we are able to offer a competitive beneﬁts package to ensure that our team’s overall compensation is consistently competitive.
Our culture embraces an authentic open-door practice embracing coaching, mentoring, and direct access to leadership.
Auditwerx is seeking an IT Auditor with experience in security compliance assessments. The IT Auditor performs engagements while managing client expectations and delivering outstanding client service.
The IT auditor performs attestation engagements while managing client expectations. These responsibilities include kicking off engagements with all relevant client stakeholders, setting timelines/expectations for all major engagement milestones, and determining potential audit risks. The IT auditor must also have the ability to plan the engagement to address the engagement risks, develop test plans including knowledge of sampling standards, and execute the testing through final reporting to the client.