Knowledge Brief1Knowledge BriefSamantha Corvino, head of internal audit at the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, looks at disruptive technologies including advanced analytics, blockchain, robotic process automation, and artificial intelligence.LEARN MORE1 Brief
Pulse Report: Financial Services Focus on Cybersecurity1Pulse Report: Financial Services Focus on Cybersecurity2019 Pulse of Internal Audit survey respondents report slow progress in building IT and cyber skills among their staffs.LEARN MORE1 Report: Financial Services Focus on Cybersecurity
Grant Thornton0Grant Thornton1 Thornton



Podcast: Navigating the Smoke: Strategies for Auditing Legal Marijuana<p>​Courtesy of The IIA Public Sector Audit Center, Kip Memmott, Matt Owens, and Steve Winn from the Oregon Secretary of State Audits Division discuss strategies for auditing legal marijuana on this new podcast.<br></p><img alt="Podcast: Navigating the Smoke: Strategies for Auditing Legal Marijuana" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/cannabis.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />1/24/2020 5:00:00 AM Navigating the Smoke: Strategies for Auditing Legal Marijuana
Corporate Boards May Be Blind to Risks, According to IIAs New OnRisk 2020 SurveyUnique Survey Finds Critical Gap Between What Boards Think Is Going On and What’s Really Happening<br><img alt="" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/ON-RISK-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />10/21/2019 4:00:00 AM,-According-to-IIAs-New-OnRisk-2020-Survey.aspxCorporate Boards May Be Blind to Risks, According to IIAs New OnRisk 2020 Survey
Webinar Playback: Auditing Culture Risk​Culture risk has gained the attention of company leaders as the cause of many incidents of misconduct that have impacted the public’s trust.  <br><img alt="" src="/centers/fsac/about/news/PublishingImages/Playback-Dark-Green.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />10/10/2019 4:00:00 AM Playback: Auditing Culture Risk

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