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The internal audit team can win a position of influence by showcasing knowledge of new risks and data trends within the organization and the industry.
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A slow approach to digital transformation won’t cut it anymore.
Your company’s security and reputation are only as good as its weakest link—so it’s critical to understand how to manage vendor risk.
It’s essential to take an active approach to cyber risk management. Compliance with industry regulations is a good starting point, but it’s no longer enough.
SOX audits affect so many areas across an organization, and now is not the time to pull back on oversight.
Enterprises have been tasked with the effort of building entirely new processes and protocols to fit the pandemic era.
We explore FCPA, a United States law which has vast extra-territorial reach that can snare overseas companies seemingly far from U.S. jurisdiction.
Has your business experienced problems with fraud? If so, you’re not alone—and if so, it’s possible that you just haven’t looked hard enough.
COVID-19 escalates the threat from all three sides of the famed Fraud Triangle—pressure, rationalization, and opportunity.