ESG: Key aspects and questions

ESG implies risks and opportunities and should be integrated into the organization’s strategy.

Internal Audit and ESG criteria

Companies’ increasing awareness of their social responsibilities – also called sustainability– in relation to their performance in managing the environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, requires them to include these aspects in their business models and
investment strategies and to assess their impact on profitability, liquidity, reputation and relationship with wider society, among other factors.

Cyber security,a systemic risk to watch over

This report provides a comprehensive overview to help Audit Committee members properly prioritize and monitor one of the greatest business risks.

The ESG Landscape part 3

Evaluating ESG Risk.

The ESG landscape part 2

Implementation, reporting, and internal audit’s role

The ESG Landscape Part 1

Understanding ESG Reporting Standards in 2022 and Beyond.

Prioritizing Environmental, Social and Governance

Exploring Internal Audit’s Role as a Critical Collaborator.

Auditing Mobile Computing

This guide supersedes the Global Technology Audit Guide (GTAG), «Auditing Smart Devices,» and broadens the scope to focus on a wider range of risks and controls related to a mobile workforce.

Internal audit and compliance

This paper is designed to help bring clarity to these complexities and avoid confusion, gaps, and unnecessary duplication. Clear understanding is essential, collaboration is strongly encouraged, and the independence of internal audit is fundamentally important.

The remote auditor

Explore best practices for maintaining and strengthening audit/stakeholder relationships, and examine how the adoption of technology solutions is critical for addressing the remaining remote audit challenges. This report offers options for sustaining a positive workplace culture to meet the new realities of the remote workforce.

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