Internal audit plays a crucial part in ensuring that an organization's cybersecurity practices and policies are effective and efficient. There are four areas that deserve internal audit's focus: assurance over cyberattack readiness and response, communication about cyberrisk to the board and executive management, collaboration with IT, and coordination and communication based on a broad awareness of the organization's cyberrisks.
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I want to congratulate IIA–Norway for their recent publication, Guidelines for the Risk Management Function. A group of practicing risk practitioners developed this guide with the aim of describing best practices regardless of industry.
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The aim of this guidance is, through the presentation of a set of questions, to give a better understanding of the most important risks which can impact an enterprise and how these can be managed.
These guidelines describes the purpose, responsibilities and duties of the Risk Management functions, as well as the relevant assumptions and success factors, regardless of industry.
A reduction in regulations may enable internal auditors to exercise their role as trusted advisor by increasing their focus not only on risk, but also on other areas of the business that are integral to enterprise success.
This GTAG provides an overview of big data concepts to help internal auditors identify the different components of a big data program, including strategic objectives, success criteria, governance and operational processes, technology, tools, and other Resource.
In a May 16 IIA Member-Only webinar, IIA members will gain the blueprint, tools and best practices to assist their organizations in developing and implementing an effective anti-fraud strategy.
In 2015 The IIA launched IIA Global SmartbBrief a monthly e-mail newsletter that summarizes market news and issues affecting internal auditors from leading global news sources. This is a free subscription service available to all members!