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Help Shape Our 2024 Executive Roundtables
Select the topics of our upcoming Executive Roundtables! You can select up to four areas of interest and propose relevant subjects for exploration.Share your input here
Internal Audit Benchmarking Tool
The IIA is proud to announce its new Internal Audit Benchmarking Tool. The benchmarking data gathered through the use of this tool will help audit leaders measure and compare their respective audit function's performance, practices, and processes with those of peers and industry leaders. This tool replaces Audit Intelligence Suite.Benchmarking Tool
NEW! Pulse Check Survey: Software Usage
The IIA’s latest monthly Pulse Check survey dives into how internal audit functions are utilizing software tools. Take one minute to provide your input through our five-question survey. Pulse Check, a colorful, one-page infographic available exclusively to Executive members, is designed to highlight CAEs’ perspectives, priorities, and needs.
Pulse Check #4: Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is more important than ever for today’s organizations, but due to organization size, industry, and available resources, not every cyber strategy is the same. The latest Pulse Check highlights how internal audit functions are taking part in overall cybersecurity strategies, adding critical cybersecurity talent to their teams, and playing an indispensable role in their organizations.Download Now
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The Board's Role in Governing the Internal Audit Function
The proposed Global Internal Audit Standards™ provide requirements and recommendations to guide the professional practice of internal auditing and a basis for evaluating performance. This summary can help chief audit executives clarify, raise awareness about, and emphasize the importance of the governance roles and responsibilities of the board that enable the internal audit function to achieve its Purpose. The IIA encourages chief audit executives to use this document to discuss the proposed Global Internal Audit Standards with their boards.View Document