Vol. 67 Nbr. 1, February 2010
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- IAOnline 2.0.
- Risk defined.
- Fraud investigators target financial execs.
- PCAOB reproposes risk assessment standards.
- SEC approves amendments on risk, compensation, and governance.
- Compensation colors audit support.
- Information security a top priority.
- Attribute sampling plan.
- Friend or foe? Social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter pose many risks that internal auditors may need to assess.
- Defining GRC: internal auditors need to make sure they understand GRC before reporting on it to executive management and the board.
- Equipped for governance: South Africa's King III report anoints internal auditors as central to their company's governance activities and an essential part of business strategy.
- The fraud beneath the surface: internal auditors can help their organization manage fraud and misstatement risks in the conversion to International financial reporting standards.
- Do the right thing: internal auditors can play a key role in determining whether a company's code of conduct is effective--or whether it's being practiced as intended.
- 10 steps to sarbanes - Oxley savings: with the right approach, organizations can improve Section 404 compliance efforts while saving time and money in the prcess.
- LEONARDO and the auditor: often seen as a science of business, internal auditing is also an art, based on estimates, assumptions, and judgment.
- Prescription for FCPA compliance: with a healthy dose of planning, internal auditors can help life sciences and pharmaceutical companies maintain an effective anti-corruption program.
- Is Everyone anticipating risk?
- The house that billy built.
- A framework for audit evolution: a new capability model identifies the fundamentals needed for effective internal auditing in the public sector.
- Collusion: fraud's best friend.