control, and governance
The discovery of wrongdoing in a city government demonstrates the benefits of encouraging individuals to report fraud and corruption.
As attackers become increasingly sophisticated, organizations must be prepared to address cyberrisks.
The internal audit function should not limit itself to the remit of the audit committee, but should be concerned with risks that are overseen by other committees or the full board.
Strong IT governance practices can reduce IT costs and risks, yet internal auditors often ignore this area. Auditors need to overcome the excuses that prevent them from auditing IT governance.
PCAOB Board Member Jeanette Franzel shares her personal views on internal audit’s role in financial reporting and implementation of COSO 2013.
When you limit your inputs to strictly business and audit, then you limit the opportunities for new ideas.
Audit chiefs at leading tech firms collaborate with industry peers and organizational clients to help stay on top of their game.
What Can Auditors Do About Data Breaches?; Tools for IT Governance Assurance; Audit in a Digital Business World; Technology for Internal Auditors; and Aligning Risk IT Spending.