When you’re in the process of preparing an audit report, you’re bound to encounter some issues.

You might be tempted to make a few changes to your work-from-home setup, such as moving your laptop to a separate desk.

But that’s not always the best idea.

“When auditing, you should always have a backup of all your work documents in case something goes wrong,” said Richard A. Johnson, a senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab.

“You should also be prepared for an audit to be triggered by a data breach, or even a ransomware attack.

If there is a data leak or a ransomware attempt, you can’t trust the audit report at all.”

Your audit can go wrong