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Audit Leaders Network, formerly Executive Membership, is the essential resource for today’s CAE to network, benchmark, and lead. Audit Leaders Network membership provides access to a community that facilitates distinctive professional development, an engaged peer group along with networking opportunities, solutions-based tools and training, and benchmarking data and reports.

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NEW! The IIA’s Internal Audit Benchmark Hub™

The IIA's Internal Audit Benchmark Hub™  is a new and innovative dashboard designed to meet your benchmarking needs. Data compiled from a substantial pool of respondents, the anonymous and self-reported data contained within our user-friendly, intuitive platform will help you assess, measure, compare, and align an internal audit function’s performance, practices, and processes with those of peers and industry leaders. 

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Chief Audit Executive’s Domain III Toolkit

The CAE toolkit is designed to help chief audit executives understand and communicate with the board and senior management about the requirements and essential conditions of Domain III: Governing the Internal Audit Function in the Global Internal Audit Standards.

Domain III Toolkit
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Pulse Check: Internal Audit AI Usage 2023-2024

This edition of Pulse Check underscores the incredible shift internal audit has made regarding AI adoption between 2023 and 2024. The results are striking and should provide a valuable benchmark for where your internal audit function falls on this topic in relation to your peers.

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2024 North American Pulse of Internal Audit: Benchmarks for Internal Audit Leaders

The 2024 North American Pulse of Internal Audit, published by the Internal Audit Foundation, reveals data about post-pandemic recovery and audit priorities. The profession appears to be growing again, with significantly more internal audit functions now increasing their budgets (36%) rather than decreasing them (13%). High priority is placed on audit activities related to cybersecurity and IT, and more than 40% are researching use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Remote work has become the norm, and nearly one-third of respondents reported hiring recent college graduates.

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