Online: Radical reporting

Internal auditors must become skilled writers in order to communicate clearly throughout and beyond their organisation. This course is particularly popular with audit, risk and fraud teams, as well as with departments that want to revise their current report structures and templates.


«Transition to climate change auditing»

Siden risikoen for klimaendringer forventes å øke i relevans ytterligere de neste årene, bør internrevisjonen ta grep nå og hvordan du kan gjøre dette kan du lære mer om i dette webinaret.

Kvalitet og metode

Lean & Agile Auditing on demand

Lean and agile techniques provide tools and techniques to eliminate waste, maximise impact and increase value adding activities – key for many internal audit functions.

Integrated Approaches to Internal Auditing

The key is the approach taken to integration considerations and the flexibility to deliver value based on context and the most important objectives and risks facing an entity, function, or process.

Online: Internal Audit Analytics – Data och Visualisation – ‘hands-on’

The digitisation of organisations is making Internal Auditors rethink their approach to data and become more ‘hands-on’. This course takes you on a rapid tour of how to get the most out of MS Excel software.

Online: Introduction to Information Systems Auditing

This intensive course provides the perfect starting point for someone new to Information Systems Auditing. This course aligns to the latest standards and best practice approaches and is updated each year.

Kontroll og sikkerhet

Mitigating Cyber Threats

The October issue of Tone at the Top explores the five key areas where internal audit can have the most impact on helping organizations mitigate cyber-related risks.


IIAs nye podcast

IIA globalt lanserer ny podcast. Første episode er dedikert sikkerhetsmåneden og omhandler cyber.

Kvalitet og metode

Auditing Liquidity Risk Management for Banks

This guidance, updated from the 2017 edition, gives an overview of international standards and best practices of LRM, including the use of an LRM framework.

Auditing Liquidity Risk Management for Banks

Liquidity is key to a robust and solvent financial sector. Supervisory principles hold boards accountable for an organization’s liquidity adequacy assessment and advocate a relevant and active internal audit role in assessing an organization’s liquidity risk management (LRM) process.

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