COVID-19 escalates the threat from all three sides of the famed Fraud Triangle—pressure, rationalization, and opportunity.
Third-party risk management is a big responsibility, with threats coming from all directions. But rather than fearing the unknowns, learn how to find them.
To assess your organization’s risk management maturity for a combined assurance program, you’ll need to answer five questions.
COVID-19 has disrupted how internal controls are managed—but the right combination of risk management, scoping, testing, and technology can help.
Whether you’re in the private or the public sector, there is money being lost to fraud, waste, and error in your organization. We show you how to find money fast.
We explore some of the challenges that internal audit teams are facing in the wake of COVID-19, and offer ways to transition to agile auditing.
Working from home is becoming routine for employees of all ages. Understanding our differences and similarities can improve connectivity and productivity.
The theme of our 2020 Galvanize customer conference was focused around embracing ambiguity—starting with the decision to move Summit from Orlando to online.
To properly assess and manage short- and long-term COVID-19 risks, higher education risk professionals must adjust their priorities and processes.
As leaders and boards grapple to identify COVID-19 related risks, and adjust to a new normal, here are four ways that internal audit can add real value.
Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) assurance is increasingly becoming a focus of global organizations—and audit teams need to be ready to respond.
Are your owners having a ruff time adjusting to working from home? The Galvadogs share tips and tricks to help you train your best friend.
The Galvanize Impact Awards recognize the achievements of the GRC professionals who are using Galvanize software to lead change and make a positive impact.
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally shifted not only global business and the economy, but our entire world as we know it.
From city governments to school districts, ransomware attacks are on the rise.