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.
New issue of Tone at the Top from IIA Global.
Cybersecurity has become a permanent fixture in the modern risk landscape, and boards face increasing pressure to provide proper oversight of a threat that is multifaceted and constantly evolving. What’s more, organizations are also facing new regulations that call for them to report on breaches they have experienced. Internal audit, which provides organizations with independent, objective assurance and advice, can be a powerful resource for boards in addressing cyber risks. According to a PwC report, «many companies leverage internal audit to review cyber processes and controls, including resilience and response.»
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. Learn to optimize and utilize the resources available, such as The IIA’s Three Lines Model and OnRisk 2022.
Key takeaways include the following:
- Recognizing the risk.
- Leveraging the value of the Three Lines Model.
- Ensuring internal audit’s input is optimized.
- Identifying hidden threats.
- Addressing concerns in business partner relationships.
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