control, and governance
The U.S. Justice Department is probing IBM over corruption allegations in Argentina, Bangladesh, Poland, and Ukraine, adding to bribery charges from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Art Stewart shares lessons internal auditors can learn from this case.
Several proactive measures can help stave off auditor fatigue and keep the fires of enthusiasm burning.
Do you live your life in color or in black and white? Chambers shares five questions you can ask to make the assessment.
Internal auditors should play a key role in evaluating controls for the XBRL reporting process.
As organizations rely more on outside vendors for IT services, internal auditors need to ensure management is addressing the risks that arise from such arrangements.
What does internal audit have to do with Waffle House? Mike Jacka says it's about finding what the customer wants.
Art Stewart shares lessons internal auditors can learn from a cardiologist who committed a hefty health care fraud.
Featuring articles on auditing governance processes, integrating it with IT, and developing a stronger partnership with the audit committee.