Vol. 74 Nbr. 6, December 2017
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- THE ROBOTS ARE COMING... FOR MY FAMILY.
- Breaking it Down.
- Ratings That Work.
- Remove the Emotion.
- Be Forward Looking.
- Jurassic Methods.
- BOARDS NOT SOLD ON DIVERSITY: Despite investor concerns, directors don't see the value of diversity efforts.
- BRIBERY'S EXTENSIVE REACH: Tens of millions pay bribes across much of the Western Hemisphere.
- THE FINANCIAL RISK OF CLIMATE CHANGE: Companies still lag in reporting on corporate responsibility.
- ARE YOU PREPARED? Recent natural disasters and technology failures demonstrate why disaster recovery should be a part of risk assessments, says Consultant Steven Ulmer.
- MAKING CULTURE AN ASSET: The NACD recommends directors heighten their oversight of cultural risks.
- INTERNAL AUDIT'S ROLE IN ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING: Increasing regulatory scrutiny requires auditors to better assess their organization's AML/CFT processes.
- FUNDAMENTALS OF A CYBERSECURITY PROGRAM: Internal auditors and information security professionals can join forces to prepare the organization for cyber threats.
- TOMORROW'S ERM TODAY: Disruptive technology risks are becoming a critical concern for internal auditors.
- STEALING WELLNESS: Detecting drug diversion fraud within hospitals is a collaborative process.
- audit in an age of intelligent machines: Already in use at many organizations, artificial intelligence is poised to transform the way business operates.
- Risky Relationships: A holistic audit strategy can provide confidence in the performance of third-party partners.
- Beyond the numbers: Auditors can help ensure nonfinancial information is delivered to the stakeholders who need it.
- Agile Performer: Prompted by rapid organizational change, the CAE at a multinational insurance firm adopted a radically different audit model.
- When recommendations go unaddressed: Internal audit needs to understand why recommendations aren't implemented to work toward a resulution.
- The Dollar Value of Error-seeking Audits: By uncovering significant mistakes and fraud, auditors can better illustrate the impact of a failed control.
- STRUCTURED FOR STRENGTH: Creating a center of excellence can enable a capable first line of defense.
- A CIRCLE OF ADVOCATES: Internal audit's value is often best conveyed by the clients it serves.
- SUCCESS FACTORS: The IIA's global and North American board chairs share what internal auditors need to succeed in 2018.
- IIA Calendar.
- ARE YOU AUDITING BY EMAIL? Client interaction should never be confined to laptops and servers.