Our responsible AI consulting services place a strong emphasis on minimizing biases in AI algorithms and systems. We work closely with your team to conduct comprehensive audits of your AI technologies and processes, identifying potential biases and developing strategies to mitigate them. By ensuring fairness and impartiality, we help you design processes and AI systems that provide unbiased, reliable results, fostering trust with your stakeholders and customers.
This is an evaluation of an organization’s business activities, processes, and systems to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities. This assessment can help to identifying areas requiring additional attention during the audit process.
This is an evaluation on how the organization’s internal control systems can help to identify weaknesses or gaps that may increase the risk of material misstatements in the financial statements. This can help to ensure that the organization has adequate controls port the audit process.
This is helping to identify and develop necessary documents in advance of the audit can help to ensure that the audit is conducted efficiently. This may include gathering and organizing documentation and other relevant documents.
Pre-audit services may include meetings with the organization’s management to discuss the scope and objectives of the audit, as well as any potential issues or concerns.
Pre-audit services may also include training and education for the organization’s staff on audit procedures and expectations. This can help to ensure that the organization is prepared to participate in the audit process and provide the necessary information to the auditor.
Assessed Intelligence LLC consultation services are conducted prior to audit engagements or to advance specific initiatives. These services can help to identify gaps, prepare the organization for the audit process and ensure that the audits are conducted efficiently and effectively. Depending on the type of services provided Assessed.Intelligence be limited in completing audits that overlap in scope for one year following the completion of services.
By engaging in these services, you can improve accuracy and reliability, enhance risk management, and establish a clear communication plan. If you’re preparing for an audit or just want to advance your responsible AI program, consider engaging for services.
Preparing for the audit in advance can help streamline the process and reduce the risk of delays or unexpected issues.
By identifying potential issues and addressing them in advance, the organization can improve the accuracy and reliability of compliance statements and other information.
Better risk management
A risk assessment and internal control evaluation can help to identify potential risks and vulnerabilities, allowing the organization to take steps to mitigate these risks.
Pre-audit services can help to establish clear lines of communication between the organization and the auditor, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and working towards the same objectives.
Ethical AI Gap Assessment
An assessment of your current ethical AI implementation.
Cybersecurity Gap Consultation
An independent audit of your current security program based on defined audit standards and industry frameworks.
This is a non reported audit that aligns with a defined audit criteria to identify current alignment with the target framework.
During the planning stage, auditors work with the organization’s management to determine the scope and objectives of the audit, identify key risks and controls, and develop a detailed audit plan. This includes identifying the areas of the organization that will be audited, defining the audit objectives, and developing a timeline and budget for the audit.
The fieldwork stage involves gathering and analyzing data to evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s controls and processes. This involves reviewing documentation, conducting interviews with key personnel, and performing testing to verify the accuracy and completeness of the data.
After completing the fieldwork, auditors prepare a draft report that summarizes observations. This report typically includes a description of the audit scope and objectives, a summary of the findings, and recommendations. This is the point at which the organization can provide management responses for observations to ensure these are captured and there has not been any oversight within the evidence review and reporting.
This final report typically includes a description of the audit scope and objectives, a summary of the findings, and recommendations for improving internal controls and processes provided to the organization. The report may also include an attestation of the organization’s compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
The final stage of an audit engagement is closed and this is the final stage of the audit and is where external reporting occurs when required.
An audit is a systematic and independent examination of an organization’s technology implementation or processes to determine if they are in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and best practices . To ensure a successful audit, it’s important for the organization to be prepared and have the necessary processes and controls in place.
Bias Audit to Meet Regulatory Requirements
An independent evaluation of your organizations AEDT Implementation to ensure alignment with regulatory requirements
Examples include: NY Bias law, Proposed NJ Bias Law
Algorithmic Process Audits
An independent evaluation of your organizations AI processes based on defined audit standards and audit criteria.
Algorithmic Risk Assessments
An assessment of the risks, biases, and impacts associated with the deployment of your organization’s AI.