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A recent survey shows that many companies overestimate their crisis-response capabilities.
As organizations rely more on robotic process automation, internal auditors need to be involved in assessing its risks and learn how to use it, themselves.
Strong record keeping and internal controls can help safeguard city governments from damaging vendor fraud and abuses.
People often are the greatest vulnerability in a cyberattack.
Victim organizations are paying a high price for ransomware attacks.
U.S. investigators are using advanced analytics to detect fraudulent health-care practices.
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Building relationships can improve internal audit effectiveness.
For every disruption, we've discovered a new opportunity.
The organization's climate change journey.
Organizations are adjusting to a different work environment
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Passing the torch to the next generation.
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Researchers studying ways to automate audit interviews have discovered something fascinating — test subjects are more likely to disclose internal control weaknesses to a computerized interviewer than to a person.Read more
Speaking truth to power can be challenging.
A list of leadership habits to cultivate.
Geopolitical disruption risk is becoming more complex.
New ideas die without the chance to flower.
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Team communication should be dynamic, not always the same.
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With the increased interest in ESG reporting, some companies are stating that they are making more progress on environmental goals than they actually are. Experts say greenwashing is a risk that will only grow in importance — one that organizations and internal auditors need to address.