Data auditing is the process of reviewing existing data collection arrangements to highlight the problems with the existing system and indicate potential alternative options. Auditing data means looking at key metrics of data other than quantity and/or reviewing the origin, creation or format of data to assess its quality or utility for a specific purpose.
Data auditing helps to identify the factors affecting and assess the challenges associated with the current system. It enables organizations to ensure the end-to-end integrity of data activities, identify and analyze intentional and accidental breaches, monitor and analyze the database activities of any user and keep track of changes and updates made to data.
|1||Data Auditing||Verification of DATA Entries by SUDOKKHO’s Partner in the Trainee Management System||View|
|2||Data Auditing||Estimating Unaccounted Contribution of Women to GDP: The Case of Bangladesh||View|
|3||Data Auditing||Data Quality Audit for the Profitable Opportunities for Food Security (PROOFS) Project||View|
|4||Data Auditing||Data entry for Centre for Palliative Care||View|