Vol. 76 Nbr. 2, April 2019
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- GDPR IS JUST THE BEGINNING.
- Reader Forum.
- COMPANIES EYE INCREASED AI USE: The technology is forecast to ramp up by 2021.
- CORRUPTION'S VICIOUS CYCLE: Public-sector wrongdoing rises in democracies such as the U.S.
- MONEY LAUNDERERS STRIKE FEAR: Corruption risk worries Asia Pacific banks.
- ANTICIPATING SURPRISES: I Emerging and atypical risks are an opportunity for internal audit, says Jim Pelletier, vice president, Standards and Professional Knowledge, at The IIA.
- OUT OF THE SHADOWS: Employees are weakening cloud security.
- DISSENT IN RISK MANAGEMENT: Employees' perceptions about conveying disagreement can influence the way they respond to assigned duties.
- THE SINGLE POINT OF FAILURE: The death of a CEO highlights the risks of only one person controlling access to corporate data.
- THE VELOCITY OF RISK: In a time of instant crises, internal auditors and their stakeholders need a sense of urgency to identify and manage risk.
- THE SOCIAL ENGINEERING FRAUD: National culture plays a part in a whaling fraud that snares the controller at an overseas subsidiary.
- GDPR's Global Reach: Internal auditors around the world are starting to learn the impact of Europe's data protection regulation on their organizations and their role in compliance.
- The UPSIDE of risk: Internal auditors can provide greater value by also focusing on the positive.
- AUDITING THE SMART CITY: Increasingly sophisticated municipal technologies introduce a host of risks that must be addressed.
- It's not about you! Internal auditors need to shift the focus of audit reporting from their own priorities to those of the client.
- the MORE you say: Many audit committees are voluntarily disclosing information about their oversight and performance.
- Navigating expectations: Internal auditors can use a multifaceted approach to manage the diverse needs of stakeholders.
- A BOARD'S-EYE VIEW OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION: Organizations fear keeping up with born-digital competitors.
- YOU CAN ALWAYS TURN AROUND: If the work you're performing doesn't have a reasonable purpose,just say no.
- A MATTER OF PRIVACY: Internal auditors can assess data privacy governance within their organizations.
- IIA Calendar.
- REDEFINING INTERNAL AUDITING: The time has come to revisit how the profession defines itself.