Vol. 73 Nbr. 6, December - December 2016
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- Women on the rise.
- Culpability and internal audit.
- How good is your word?
- Report writing basics.
- Risk universe.
- Whistleblower protection.
- Who is accountable?
- Shareholders speak out: boards are feeling increased pressure from activist investors.
- From principles to standards: IIA issues updated professional standards.
- Much to do for data protection: businesses are not prepared to comply with Europe's new privacy rules.
- A policy for cyber exposure: more organizations are turning to cyber insurance.
- Healthy compliance.
- Client feedback: audit performance can be fine-tuned with the right input from stakeholders.
- Must-have controls for SMBS: five controls can help small and mid-sized businesses protect themselves against cyber breaches.
- A holistic approach to IT risk: the COBIT framework can help auditors understand and address their organization's technology risks.
- A toxic culture: a department leader creates a hostile work environment by promoting friends and abusing employees and company assets.
- On the rise 2016: this year's crop of Emerging Leaders is ripe with talent and ready for the challenges of today's organizational demands.
- Growth through challenge: current and past emerging leaders discuss the tough assignments that helped propel their careers forward.
- Its all in the delivery: sharing difficult messages is an unavoidable part of the job for internal auditors.
- Breaking through: women in business are taking on the barriers to advancement, and that's good news for everyone.
- Mapping assurance: internal auditors can facilitate efforts to document the organization's combined assurance activities.
- A winning pair: governance and automated controls must work in tandem to achieve maximum results.
- Step back and read the headlines: envisioning outcomes on the front page of a newspaper can be an effective litmus test for decision-making.
- The high-performance audit team: today's complex, evolving business environment demands more of internal auditors.
- On the shoulders of giants: as The IIA's 75th year comes to a close, a gathering of its former leaders reflects the strong foundation on which the association was built.