Why Work With KirkpatrickPrice?
KirkpatrickPrice is committed to helping your organization create a secure CMS. When you partner with KirkpatrickPrice, you work with Information Security Auditors who are senior-level experts, holding certifications like CRCP, CISA, CISM, and CRISC.
Our audit delivery tool, the Online Audit Manager, streamlines the audit process, helps reduce the complexity of compliance efforts, and gives our clients the ability to combine multiple audit frameworks into one audit. We’ve spent over a decade honing this process so that clients can complete one audit process while receiving multiple reports.
Connect with us today to learn about the time it takes to complete a CFPB mock audit, understand which type of CFPB mock audit would apply to your organization, and take part in a free demo of the Online Audit Manager.
How much does a CFPB mock audit cost?
Pricing for a CFPB mock audit depends on scoping factors, including business applications, technology platforms, physical locations, third parties, and audit frequency.
How long does a CFPB mock audit take to complete?
The average CFPB mock audit, using KirkpatrickPrice’s process, is completed in 12 weeks. The engagement begins with scoping procedures, then moves into an onsite visit, evidence review, report writing, and concludes with the delivery of a report.
What do I receive when my CFPB mock audit is complete?
A CFPB mock audit culminates in a report, written by our in-house Professional Writing team. CFPB mock audit reports contain a description of the in-scope control objectives, steps to maintain compliance, our opinion of the effectiveness of controls, and remediation guidance.
How long is a CFPB mock audit report valid?
The opinion stated in a CFPB mock audit report is valid for twelve months following the date the report was issued.
Who is involved in a CFPB mock audit?
Team members involved in a CFPB audit could come from anywhere in your organization, ranging from human resources to development to compliance officers – anyone with the appropriate responsibilities for and knowledge of the matters concerned in the audit.